Septic Pumping

Lakeview Sanitation Service, LLC offers Septic Pumping Service to all of Lake County. Give us a call for pricing. Helpful information for taking care of your septic system: Your septic system is a large investment which you want to protect. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” was never more true than it is with septic system care. With proper care and maintenance, your system will function better and last longer. Read and follow the Do’s and Don’ts for trouble-free operation. A little care and attention is the best way to avoid the nightmare of a system failure.


  • Conserve water to reduce the amount of wastewater that must be treated and disposed.
  • Repair any leaking faucets and toilets.
  • Only discharge biodegradable wasted into systems.
  • Restrict garbage disposal use.
  • Divert down spouts and other surface water away from your drainfield.
  • Keep your septic tank cover accessible for tank inspections and pumping.
  • Have your septic tank pumped regularly and checked for leaks and cracks. Tank should be pumped every five to eight years.
  • Call a professional when you have problems.
  • Compost your garbage or put it in the trash.


  • Flush sanitary napkins, tampons, disposable diapers, condoms and other non-biodegradable
  • products into your system.
  • Dump solvents, oils, paints, thinners, disinfectants, pesticides or poisons down the drain which can disrupt the treatment process and contaminate groundwater.
  • Put cooking oil or grease down drain.
  • Use liquid fabric softener in washer. (It can clog your drain-field)
  • Dig in your drain-field or build anything over it.
  • Plant anything over your drain-field except grass.
  • Drive over your drain-field or compact the soil in any way.