Welcome to
Independent Septic and Sewer LLC

Honest, quality, and affordable services since 2019 in the Atlanta, GA Metro Area and surrounding counties.
We specialize in Septic Pumping, Septic Cleaning, and Septic Inspections. However, we do not pump grease traps.

Independent Septic
and Sewer LLC

Our septic system services are second to none. We have the experience and know-how to make sure your septic systems are cleaned and pumped properly so the system can perform at maximum efficiency. Independent Septic and Sewer LLC is a family-owned business in Marietta, GA. We’re proud to offer quality work on every septic and sewer project we take on. Our team of friendly technicians is licensed and insured so you can rest assured we’ll get the job done right the first time. Our low impact septic services are guaranteed to last for years after installation and with over 20 years of experience, we’re sure we can diagnose and repair any problem you might have. To get started on your next septic or sewer project, call the professionals at Independent Septic and Sewer LLC.

In the event of a sewage backup in your home, it's crucial to remain calm and take immediate action. 

Begin by turning off any water sources such as faucets, dishwashers, or washing machines to prevent further water inflow into the plumbing system.

To clean up after the incident, use a disinfectant cleaner like Lysol or Pine Sol. Alternatively, you can create a bleach solution with one part bleach to nine parts water for effective cleaning. Any carpets affected by the backup should be thoroughly steam cleaned.

If you notice that only drains at higher elevations (like a second-floor bathroom) are backing up while those on lower levels are not, this could indicate an issue specific to that area of your plumbing system.

If the backup is situated at a lower elevation or is the nearest drain to the septic tank, it could indicate an issue with the septic system. It’s recommended to uncover the lid of the septic tank and open its inspection ports for examination. Normally, liquid levels in a well-functioning tank should be about 1 foot below its lid.

If you observe that this level is either equal to or less than this standard, it might suggest a blockage in pipes leading to your septic tank. In such cases, professional help from a plumber would be advisable. However, if you find that liquid levels are higher than usual, it means waste materials are reaching your tank but not being effectively transferred to the absorption field. This could be due to issues with any existing filter on your system.

If the system requires another backup within a few weeks of having the tank pumped, it’s probable that the issue lies with the absorption field. For further assistance, please reach out to Gwinnett County Environmental Health at 770.963.5132. An inspector will gladly guide you on how to secure a repair permit.

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Our Services

Septic Tank Cleaning

Septic tanks allow safe disposal of wastewater and are widely popular in areas that have poor drainage systems or are off the main sewage network.

Septic Tank Pumping

Septic tanks allow waste to separate into three layers: solids, effluent, and scum. The solids settle to the bottom where microorganisms decompose them.

Sewer and Drainage Septic

Other companies insert a vacuum hose in the tank and only suck out the liquids. But the only right way to remove all liquids and solids from the tank is the way we do it.

Avoiding Septic System Trouble



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For any inquiries, questions, or to schedule an appointment, please call (404) 953-8401 or fill out the form below. We would love to hear from you.