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Can I get rid of my septic and connect to the main sewer system?

To find out if you're able to connect to the main sewer system, contact your city's public works department. Even if the pipes are already in place, be prepared to pay some permit and connection fees to link your home to the nearby sewer system. Once you've gotten the okay to prepare to connect to the main line, our licensed professionals dig up the waste pipe between the house and the septic tank. Then, taking the best path possible, we re-route the pipe to connect to the main line. We also take the necessary steps to safely remove the sewage from the septic tank. Depending on site conditions, once removed, the tank will either be crushed in place or filled with an approved material, such as concrete or soil. All work is covered by our lifetime warranty.

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