Do you have a septic tank that needs to be removed, replaced, or decommissioned? As an independently owned and operated excavation contractor in southwest Washington, our small size is our greatest strength, as it enables us to treat each client with personalized care, maintain clear communication, and adhere to budgets and timelines without compromise. If you have a septic tank decommissioning project, give Grade Werks Excavating a call – and experience the impeccable service, expertise, and Pacific Northwest pride that make us the go-to choice for septic excavation in Clark County WA.

How Are Septic Tanks Decommissioned?

With every project, Grade Werks follows a meticulous process to ensure a successful outcome. 

Every septic tank removal or decommissioning involves the following steps:

  1. Assessment: Our experienced team evaluates the septic tank and its surroundings, taking into account factors like size, location, and accessibility.
  2. Pumping and Removal: We safely pump out and remove all contents from the tank, ensuring proper disposal in compliance with environmental regulations.
  3. Excavation: Using our specialized equipment, we carefully excavate the area around the septic tank, allowing for its complete removal.
  4. Waste Disposal: We responsibly dispose of any waste materials, adhering to environmental guidelines and regulations.
  5. Backfilling: After the tank is removed, we backfill the area with suitable materials, ensuring proper compaction and restoration of the landscape.
  6. Cleanup: Our team conducts a thorough cleanup, leaving the site in a clean and orderly condition.

How Much Does It Cost to Decommission a Septic Tank?

We can provide you with a quote for the cost of your septic tank decommissioning, but it involves considering various factors unique to each project.

  • Size and type of septic tank
  • Location and accessibility
  • Condition of the surrounding area

All of these factors will play a role in determining the cost of decommissioning your septic tank. That’s why the first step is calling for a free consultation. One of our experts will talk to you about your project and provide an accurate estimate free-of-charge. Ready to get the ball rolling? Contact us today with any questions, or to schedule an appointment.

When Do I Need My Septic Tank Decommissioned?

The majority of septic tanks that need decommissioning are on properties that are getting hooked up to municipal sewer systems for the first time. Once a property is hooked up to the city sewer line, any septic tanks on the property have to be decommissioned. If you’re the property owner, you have 60 days to do so – it’s the law.

If you have a tight schedule or need a project completed quickly, give us a call. Another thing that sets us apart from the competition is we own all of our top-of-the-line equipment – a rarity in this industry. That means we don’t have to rent equipment, so we can work on projects flexibly, guaranteeing punctual results that align with your busy schedule.

Call Grade Werks Today for Septic Tank Removal

Grade Werk Excavating’s team of experienced professionals takes pride in handling each project with the utmost care. We give unwavering commitment to quality, clear communication, and on-time project delivery – so you get peace of mind.

Don’t settle for less when it comes to septic tank decommissioning. Get in touch with us today to schedule a consultation.