Septic Tank Cleaning

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Indian River County | St Lucie County | Martin County

Welcome to Your Trusted Septic Tank Cleaning Specialists on the Treasure Coast!

For over 40 years, our family-owned and operated business has been dedicated to providing the highest quality septic tank cleaning and maintenance services across the Treasure Coast. We combine decades of experience with a personal touch to ensure your septic system is in the best possible condition.

Why Trust Us with Your Septic Needs?

  • Family-Owned Excellence: We’ve built our reputation on trust and reliability, treating every client like family.
  • Professional Expertise: Our certified technicians are experts in the field, equipped to handle any septic challenges.
  • Cutting-Edge Solutions: We ensure comprehensive cleaning and maintenance by utilizing the latest technology.
  • Prompt and Dependable: We value your time, offering scheduled maintenance and emergency services.
  • Affordable Quality: Get top-tier service at competitive prices, ensuring value without compromise.

“All County is amazing! My mother was having septic problems and I knew I could trust and depend upon All County to take care of her. They were quick to respond, kind and courteous, and got the problem resolved. They are locally owned and operated and I couldn’t recommend a better company to handle your septic needs!”

George Lynch

“All County Septic was amazing they showed up on time, they addressed my situation gave me some pointers and did the job as they said they would at the price they quoted. They were the first company in 3 years that actually give great customer service. Thank you I recommend them. I have used them for about 9 years.”

Denise Asbury Averill

“We knew we had a problem when we had to have the septic tank pumped twice in 6 weeks. Mike came out for a quick assessment then sent his crew out to do a free estimate. They were able to repair the system and replace a pipe, without having to replace the entire system. They did excellent work and saved us a lot of money. Very professional on all levels, from office staff, to the men doing the work, to the owners. Thank you All County Septic and Plumbing!”


“Needed a new system, had a few estimates. All County was the only company that didn’t need to remove my fence, ( only needed to trim a tree) they also did not make me feel as if I am an idiot because I am uneducated about septic systems. Luis was professional explained everything and the work was performed when and as promised. The price was also reasonable. Well deserved 5 stars!”

Laura Medina



Preventative Maintenance 

(the Three P’s)


  • Pump: your septic tank regularly every 3 to 5 years. We recommend rental properties be pumped more often.
  • Have an inspection every 3 years to check for problems.


  • Fix leaky toilets and dripping faucets immediately.
  • Do not drive or park on the Drainfield area.
  • Do not have foliage or have any drainage in the drainfield.


  • Only flush human waste and small amounts of toilet paper.
  • Do not flush any wipes, sanitary products, or condoms.
  • Do not pour grease, household products, or medication into drains or toilets.

Septic Pumping Frequently Asked Questions:

Septic pump-out is an essential maintenance task for properties with septic systems. Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQs) and answers to help you understand the process better:

Q: What is a septic pump-out?

A: A septic pump-out, or septic tank pumping or cleaning, removes the accumulated solids and sludge from a septic tank to maintain its proper functioning.

Q: How often should I pump out my septic tank?

A: The frequency of septic tank pump-outs depends on several factors, including the tank’s size, the number of occupants in your home, and water usage. Typically, it’s recommended every 3-5 years, but it can vary.

Q: How do I know when my septic tank needs to be pumped out?

A: Signs that your septic tank may need pumping include slow, gurgling, or bubbling drains  foul odors, sewage backups, and pooling water in your yard above the septic system. Regular inspection can also help determine the need.

Q: What happens during a septic pump-out?

A: A septic service provider will use a large vacuum truck to remove the sludge and solids from the tank. They will also inspect the tank for any issues and ensure proper operation.

Q: Is it necessary to be home during a septic pump-out?

A: Being home during the septic pump-out is unnecessary, but it’s a good idea to be present or have someone there to flush toilets or answer any questions the service provider may have.

Q: What do I need to do before a septic pump-out?

A: Clear the area around the tank’s access lids, ensure the service provider has a clear path to the tank, and provide any relevant information about the tank’s location.

Q: What happens to the waste after a septic pump-out?

A: The waste is typically transported to a wastewater treatment facility or a designated disposal site and treated or disposed of in an environmentally responsible manner.

Remember that septic system maintenance is crucial to prevent problems and ensure the system’s longevity. Consult with a local septic service provider for personalized advice and services.

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