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Tips for Choosing Sewer Contractors
Sewer contractors do many jobs in reference to city and private sewers, such as replacing old sewer lines, installing new pipes and repairing existing sewer lines. Cities, towns and developers hire these skilled contractors to provide service. Plumbers by trade, sewer contractors typically specialize in the installation of sewer pipes and piping, although they also provide cleaning, maintenance and repair. Here are some tips to follow when hiring a sewer contractor:

Tip #1: Get Information About the Services Provided
Because you want to be sure the contractor you choose will be skilled in the type of work you require, make sure you get a detailed list of specialties. Some may specialize in working at sewage treatment plants or pumping stations while others work primarily in the residential septic system sector. Whether you need simple unclogging of a sewer line, sewer pipe inspection or a complete infrastructure check, hire the sewer contractor based on abilities and specialties.

Tip #2: Avoid Scams by Performing Research
Run the other way when you see questionable tactics by a sewer contractor. If your contractor gives references or licenses that you can’t verify, asks you to write a check to his personal name and not the business, refuses to apply for the proper building permits, asks you to sign a contract today to get a special low ball price, or won’t provide a written contract, consider someone else.

Tip #3: Check out Previous Work
When meeting with the sewer contractor, ask for photos of completed jobs similar to the one you’re proposing. Get in touch with homeowners or commercial owners of the previous work and don’t be afraid to ask probing questions such as: how was the quality of the work, was the job done on time and on budget, would you recommend the contractor, was the job site clean and were any liens filed on the property.

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Sunshine Disposal & Recycling
2 reviews: *****
2405 N University Rd, Spokane Valley, WA 99206
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"Overcharge,missed trash pickup several times, have to drag cans a good distance from house thru snow to make it easier for the company ur paying to pick up ..."
Mountian Movers Construction Write review for this local business
2024 E.10th Ave., Spokane, WA 99202
(509) 535-0398  
We specialize in home site preparations of all kinds, from land clearing and mass grading, to providing trenching and installation of utilities. We also construct roads and driveways.
H & R Complete Inc
2 reviews: *****
6411 N Lynden Rd, Spokane, WA 99214
(509) 228-9955 Write review for this local business

"Will use them every time and refer them every time. Will not waste my time with any other business. You guys are the best and thank you for fixing what the underbidder messed up. I will not trust any one who will underbid and work for nothing again. Poor work that YOU H&R fixed. Thank you so much. ..."
Courchaine D Excavating Write review for this local business
19818 E Sprague Ave, Greenacres, WA 99016
(509) 924-5485  
Roto Rooter Plumbing & Drain Services Write review for this local business
Greenacres, WA 99016
(509) 924-6030  
AAA Sweeping LLC Write review for this local business
Veradale, WA 99037
(509) 922-1363  
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13816 E 12th Ave, Spokane, WA 99216
(509) 927-6760  
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11215 E Trent Ave, Spokane, WA 99206
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Septic, Spokane, WA 99206
(509) 926-9361  
Appleway Septic Tank Service Write review for this local business
9400 E 1st Ave, Spokane, WA 99206
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4423 E Hutton Ave, Spokane, WA 99212
(509) 534-2137  
Wilbert Precast Inc Write review for this local business
2215 E Brooklyn Ave, Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 325-4573  
Conner Excavating Inc Write review for this local business
1809 E Houston Ave, Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 483-1123  
Clampet Excavation LLC Write review for this local business
395 Po Box, Post Falls, ID 83877
(208) 773-1879  
Metro Engineering Inc Write review for this local business
3929 E Boone Ave, Spokane, WA 99202
(509) 624-9351  
J R Bonnett Engineering Write review for this local business
803 E 3rd Ave, Spokane, WA 99202
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Archie's Enterprises Write review for this local business
Post Falls, ID 83877
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R C Worst & Co Write review for this local business
4101 E Broadway Ave, Spokane, WA 99202
(509) 534-5616  
Ripley's Plumbing, Inc. Write review for this local business
922 S Hatch St, Spokane, WA 99202
(509) 536-2100  
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18918 N Green Mountain Ln, Newman Lake, WA 99025
(509) 226-1281  

For all your septic tank problems and concerns, a trained sewer contractor will be able to meet your needs and get everything back in working order. A clog or leak in a septic pipe can cause serious damage to your yard, house and the environment. Sewer contractors have a variety of methods to repair your system. Here are some questions to ask a sewer contractor to ensure they are prepared to fix any septic concerns and issues.

  • I have an issue with my sewer tank or system that needs quick attention, how soon can you get here?
    Many sewer contractors offer 24 hours per day 7 days per week service in the case of an emergency. Backup, drain clogs and other issues need to be addressed quickly to avoid any damage to your home, yard or neighbor’s property. In the case of an emergency, hire a sewer contractor that can be available quickly.

  • What training, experience and licenses qualify you as a contractor?
    Septic repair and installation requires training, skill and licenses in many cases. There are many laws and regulations concerning digging trenches, laying pipe, and other construction. Be sure that the contractor you hire is licensed and trained to understand how to repair your septic safely, legally and accurately. Contractors should also be insured and bonded in case of an injury occurring on the job.

  • When should I hire a plumber to inspect my sewage system?
    In general, it is good to have a professional plumber inspect your sewer system every three to four years. In the case that you are having a recurring problem such as a clogged drain it might be a good idea to have a contractor come checks things out sooner rather than later.


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