Septic Tank Cleaning

Need a Septic Company? Call A-alligator now! (954) 763-4999

A-Alligator has been pumping septic tanks in Florida for 22 years. Our expert technicians will locate your septic tank, dig up the lid, and pump its contents to the bottom every time. We will then inspect the tank for any structural problems. After the septic tank is pumped and cleaned, we will ask you to flush your tiolets so that we can be certain that the rest of the system is working properly. Our knowledgeable staff will make your septic tank troubles a thing of the past and keep your system trouble free with a maintenance program.

If you live in florida and need septic tank cleaning, call A-Alligator. We are your local South Florida septic tank experts and our courteous staff is waiting to help you now.

Family Owned and Operated

We provide the best service in south florida. When you choose Alligator you are getting the most experienced, friendly, and knowledgeable staff in the industry. Our prices are fair and our service is superior.

How A septic system works - From tiolet to tank to drainfield

After flushing a tiolet the solids and liquids travel down a plumbing line into the septic tank. The septic tank is a vault, which traps solid waste and allows clear liquid to flow through to the drainfield. Inside the septic tank solids and liquids seperate into 3 layers. The top layer is called the scum layer it consists of floatables including: fats, oils, grease, soaps, and phospates. The middle layer is the liquid layer and the bottom layer is the sludge layer. The sludge layer consists of heavy particles of organic matter which breakdown through an anaerobic process. The clear water exits the tank through an outlet baffle and is dispersed into the drainfield which absorbs the water.

Septic Services

  • Septic Tank Pumping & Cleaning
  • Septic Inspections & Certifications
  • Tank Installation
  • Septic Tank Lid Replacement
  • Tank Location

Septic Tank Facts

Q: How often should my septic tank be cleaned?

A: Every 2-4 years depending on water usage.

Q: Where is my septic tank located?

In Florida most tanks are located 5-10 feet off the house, and usually inline with the main vent stack on the roof.

Q: How long does it take to pump and clean a septic tank?

A: It takes anywhere between 45 minutes to an hour.



Licensed & Insured

Licensed florida department of health septic tank contractor.