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With our septic services, we’ll make sure you’re able to keep your septic system up and running without any problems.

From drain field repair to septic tank cleaning, you can’t go wrong turning to us for septic services in Lakeland, FL.

When it comes to keeping your septic system in great shape, at Lee Kirk & Sons Septic, we’re here to help. As septic professionals who serve the Lakeland, Florida area, we’re known for the quality of our services, which include septic tank pumping, septic tank installation, drain field repair, and more, as well as our ability to tackle the toughest jobs. Please contact us today if you want to know more about our services and why you should leave all of your septic needs up to us.

About Lee Kirk & Sons Septic

No one wants to deal with a failed septic system, so choose Lee Kirk & Sons Septic in Lakeland, Florida to care for your septic and waste removal needs, and you will be in good hands. We serve all of Polk County with septic tank cleaning and pumping, septic system installation, drain field repair, pump repair and more.

Septic Services

For expert septic services in Lakeland, Florida, call us at Lee Kirk & Sons Septic. We have been serving Polk County for over 50 years and always strive for the ultimate satisfaction of all our customers. The residential septic services we offer include: Pump Pump Repairs & Replacement, Septic Tank Installation, & Septic Tank Pumping.

Septic System Warranties

At Lee Kirk & Sons Septic, we take so much pride in our workmanship that we offer a FREE 5-year warranty on all new septic tank and drain field systems we install. That means if any part of your septic system fails within the specified warranty period, we will fix it quickly, efficiently, and at absolutely no cost to you.

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Lee Kirk & Sons Septic
665 Old Polk City Road
Lakeland, FL 33809
United States
Telephone: (863) 858-6007

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How Often Do I Need Septic System Pumping?

Getting your septic system pumped could be needed for a variety of different reasons. Learning to tell what the signs are that mean you need septic system pumping are important if you own a home. Here are some of the most common signs that mean you may have a clogged septic system and pumping is needed right away: Pooling water — If there is water pooling up in the area surrounding your drain field, it means that the drain lines may be clogged and that waste water is saturating...

Septic Tank Installations Explained in 3 Easy Steps

A septic tank is an important part of your home’s drainage system since it holds all of the waste that is created from your home and helps it to decompose into harmless sludge. If you have just built a new home and are in need of a new septic tank installation, you’ll want to be sure to have a professional take care of the job for you. Installing a septic tank is a large project and it can be tough to do alone. Even so, it is still a...

Residential Septic Tank Cleaning and You

Residential septic tank cleaning is something familiar to many Floridian homeowners, and it’s required for those unable to connect to a municipal sewer system. Because of the investment, time, and effort involved in installing, repairing, or replacing a septic tank and septic system, residential septic tank cleaning is the simplest and best way to protect your investment, extend the life of your septic system, and be better prepared for the eventuality of septic system repairs and replacements. A proper cleaning is far more than pumping out accumulated waste. Because...

Sump Pump Repairs and Replacement: Keeping You High and Dry

The purpose of a sump pump is to remove water from a low-lying area, often a basement or crawlspace, and to send that water elsewhere. A properly maintained sump pump often has a lifespan comparable to a water heater or other appliance, with the average lifespan ranging anywhere from 10 to 20 years, depending on the situation. Different factors, such as the type of pump, the amount of water needing to be moved, and the quality of maintenance can affect the lifespan of this appliance, so sump pump repairs...

Septic Services: More Than Pumping

Many customers might think that the only function of septic services is to periodically pump waste from their septic tank. However, this is only one part of a larger picture. A well-rounded septic services provider will work with the homeowner to get the best function and longest life out of the septic system, and then help the homeowner make the best choice for their home when the time comes to replace or refurbish their septic system. The nature of septic systems does place a limit on the lifespan of...

How Septic System Cleaning Benefits the Entire System

Septic system cleaning can be a dirty job, but it is one of the most important things you can do for your home, your septic system’s longevity, and your peace of mind. Having a company you trust clean the septic system is also very important, as a septic system cleaning will not only remove solid waste from the tank, but allow a professional to inspect the tank for signs of wear, damage, or other issues that could affect how your septic system works now and in the future. By...

Residential Septic Services: Worry-Free Waste

The one thing that separates a well-functioning and long-lasting septic system from one that fails long before its expected lifespan is how well it is maintained. Every home generates waste, and for those not connected to a community sewer system, a septic system is often the best way to deal with that waste and remove potentially hazardous material and pathogens. Our residential septic services cover all your current and future septic needs, from pumping and cleaning of tanks and maintenance of drain fields to design and implementation of new...

Pump Replacement: Keeping Things Moving

Pump replacement in a septic system can be time-consuming and frustrating if you don’t know where to look, who to call, or what to do in an emergency. This article will give you some tips and tools you can use while evaluating your need for pump replacement. The most important step to take while handling any septic issue is to understand the type of septic system you have. Different types of septic systems can have multiple pumps, so knowing whether it’s the grinder pump, riser pump, or sump pump...

What to Know in Advance About Septic Repair

Septic repair can take many forms. The age of the system, the current load on the system versus the intended load when installed, the condition of the drain field, the soil percolation rate, and changes in the local water table and local flora can all cause damage to a septic system or complicate its repair. Before you start down the path of septic repair, here are some tips to help you along the way. First, identify the source of the current septic problem. Waste water flowing in the wrong...

What is a Septic Drain Field?

While many people think of their septic tank as their entire septic system, the septic drain field is perhaps even more important due to its function. By distributing purified effluent into the soil, the septic drain field handles the last stage in the wastewater treatment process. Without a drain field, or with a compromised one, the effluent has nowhere to go and can cause a host of issues when it backs up into the tank and into your home or business. Depending on the location, drain fields are also...

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