Altitude Septic Services

We take pride in being your trusted and reliable choice for all your septic needs

We take pride in being your trusted and reliable choice for all your septic needs

Altitude Septic can provide high-quality solutions for any of your septic, and grease trap needs.

Our services

High-quality septic services throughout Colorado’s High County

Welcome to Altitude Septic, your premier septic company serving Eagle, Colorado, and the surrounding areas. We take pride in offering the highest level of quality and service in septic pumping, grease trap cleaning, septic inspections, and more. With our expertise and commitment to customer satisfaction, we are your go-to solution for all your septic needs.

At Altitude Septic, we understand the importance of maintaining a healthy septic system. Whether you’re in Aspen, Basalt, Carbondale, or any of the other areas we service, our dedicated team is here to ensure your septic tank remains clean and fully operational. We specialize in septic tank cleaning, employing the latest techniques and equipment to provide thorough and efficient service.

Grease trap cleaning is another vital aspect of our comprehensive septic services. Our skilled technicians have the knowledge and experience to handle grease trap maintenance for commercial establishments, keeping your plumbing systems running smoothly. We offer timely and reliable grease trap cleaning to prevent clogs and potential environmental hazards.

When it comes to septic inspections, Altitude Septic is the name you can trust. Our certified inspectors are well-versed in identifying potential issues and providing accurate assessments of your septic system’s condition. We offer comprehensive septic inspections, giving you peace of mind and ensuring the long-term functionality of your septic system.

If you’re searching for “septic services near me,” look no further. Altitude Septic is your local expert, serving Eagle County, Pitkin County, Garfield County, Vail, Aspen, Glenwood Springs, Rifle, and western Colorado. With our dedication to quality, exceptional customer service, and extensive range of septic solutions, we are committed to meeting and exceeding your expectations.

Septic Pumping

Septic pumping is a vital maintenance task that involves removing accumulated solids and wastewater from the septic tank to prevent system failures and ensure its efficient operation.

Septic Inspections

Septic inspections are essential assessments conducted by experts to evaluate the condition of a septic system, identify potential issues, and ensure compliance with regulations, promoting the longevity and proper functioning of the system.

Grease Trap Cleaning

Grease trap cleaning is a crucial service that involves the thorough removal of accumulated fats, oils, and grease from commercial kitchen traps to prevent blockages and maintain the smooth operation of plumbing systems.

Essential Tips for Maintaining Your Septic System

Maintaining a healthy septic system is crucial for its longevity and efficient operation. Here are some fundamental steps to ensure your septic system remains in top shape:

  1. Mind What You Flush: Never dispose of non-biodegradable products, such as feminine hygiene products, baby wipes, cleaning wipes, cooking oils, grease, hazardous materials, or anything else that can clog your septic system, even if they claim to be “septic safe.”
  2. Avoid Water Softener Installation: Most septic systems are not designed to handle water softener systems. The salt from water softeners can damage the leach field, leading to potential issues with hydraulic loading and field saturation.
  3. Use the Garbage Disposal Sparingly: Minimize the use of your garbage disposal, as it can contribute to excessive solids and waste in the septic tank, potentially disrupting the system’s balance.
  4. Fix Leaks Promptly: Check and fix any leaks in your home promptly. Even seemingly minor leaks in sinks or toilets can inject hundreds of gallons of water into the septic system, overburdening the leach field.
  5. Manage Laundry Cycles: Whenever possible, stagger your laundry cycles over 2-3 days rather than doing it all in one day. This helps distribute water usage and prevents overwhelming the system.
  6. Clean the Effluent Filter Annually: If your septic system is equipped with an effluent filter, ensure you clean it annually to maintain proper wastewater flow and filtration.
  7. Regular Septic Tank Servicing: Follow the recommended guideline of pumping your septic tank every 3-5 years to remove accumulated solids and prevent potential backups.

Remember, a little care and attention go a long way in keeping your septic system healthy and happy. By following these simple maintenance tips, you can ensure the longevity and smooth functioning of your septic system for years to come.

Altitude Septic

We are your trusted septic company

We are your trusted septic company

We offer unparalleled expertise, top-notch service, and a commitment to excellence to ensure your septic system operates at its best.