AND COMMERCIAL 732-919-1890
Monmouth County & Ocean County, Burlington County, Mercer County and Middlesex County, NJ since 1986
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At Triple J's, we offer a variety of septic services such as: Installation, Maintenance, Removal/Abandonment, and Repair.
Whether you are buying, selling, or own your home, the septic system is an important part of it and must not be overlooked.
Routine maintenance is crucial for proper septic function. Give us a Call Today!
Baffle Inspection with every Pumpout! Senior Citizen Discounts!
|WHY CHOOSE TRIPLE J'S?
1986, we have been servicing the local community and continually
strive to keep our customers happy.
We use a deodorizer in the septic truck so when we are cleaning septic tanks there is no smell!
We are big enough
to get the job done yet small enough to care about the service
we give and our customers needs.
Triple J has gone GREEN.. .by using the Advanced Wastewater treatment System of Chambers by www.infiltratorwater.com. The Chambers are made of 100% recycled plastic (25% Post-consumer and 75% post industrial) and utilize all of the Septic sand, requiring no stone. No Stone means less dump truck usage which decreases exhaust fumes released into the atmosphere. That also leads to less costs in the septic installation. An Environmentally friendly product that is more efficient and cost effective than traditional septic systems.
Us a Call Today at: 732-919-1890
|| SERVICES WE OFFER
SEPTIC AND HOLDING TANKS CLEANED & PUMPED
- CESSPOOLS CLEANED & PUMPED
- NEW SEPTIC SYSTEMS INSTALLED AND REPAIRED
- DRY WELLS AND SEEPAGE PITS CLEANED AND INSTALLED
- SEPTIC CONSULTING
- SEPTIC ENGINEERING AND DESIGN
- DRAIN LINE CLEANING
- SEWER AND WATER LINE INSTALLATIONS
- GREASE TRAPS INSTALLED AND CLEANED
- PUMP SYSTEMS INSTALLED AND REPAIRED
How a Septic Works
All drains lead to the Septic Tank. Sinks, toilets, and showers fill up the Tank about a
week after it has been cleaned. Within the Tank are three (3) layers: the floating or top layer, the
water or middle layer, and the sludge or bottom layer.
A Septic System thrives on bacteria. Bacteria "eat" at the top layer turning it to sludge
which falls to the bottom. The water layer flows out of the tank through the outlet baffle.
The outlet baffle is most important because it protects the conveyance line and the leach
field from the top and bottom layers seeping into them.
Proper maintenance of a Septic System includes septic tank cleaning every 1 to 2
years to ensure sludge build up does not enter the conveyance line and contaminate the leach field.
Lack of proper maintenance can lead to Septic System failure.
Septic System failure can lead to septage ponding in the leach field area, around the tank,
and/or backing up into the home.