Campos Cesspool, a division of Bulldog Contracting, has been servicing cesspools and septic tanks in Long Island for over 15 years.
We understand that sometimes a cesspool emergency just can’t wait, especially in the case of a flood.That’s why we offer 24/7 emergency cesspool and septic tank repair service, so we’ll be at your Long Island property as soon as you need us. We also offer free estimates on all of our services. When you schedule an appointment with us, we’ll survey your property and determine how much the job will cost. The main cesspool and septic tank repairs we perform on Long Island are pumping, chemicals, and aeration. We also keep in mind that if a cesspool is damaged to the point of collapsing, it could be impossible to fix. At that point, we can rip it out and install a new one for you.
Campos Cesspool strongly recommends having your cesspool pumped at least once every six years. This is the most ideal way to keep it working in its best condition. If your cesspool is not pumped well, solids can build up and break it, or even cause it to overflow. You may be faced with a costly Long Island cesspool and septic tank repair that might even result in a complete replacement.
Adding chemicals to your cesspool can enhance its drainage and allow the system to work much better. Our chemicals will leave your cesspool working better than ever, without any kind of damage or other side effects. Sometimes, when these high quality chemicals are added to a cesspool or septic tank repair, a pumping isn’t needed for your Long Island property.
A simple aeration could easily fix the problem with your cesspool. Usually combined with a chemical treatment, this cesspool repair allows water to leave the cesspool and enter your Long Island soil instead. This is done by opening up the drainage.
How can I tell if I need to have my cesspool repaired?
One common sign that you could need a Long Island septic tank repair is if you see the water bubbling up or draining very slowly in your shower, sink, or other household appliance. Plus, if the lawn above your cesspool looks like it has water seeping through it, that’s another sign of a leaking cesspool. Avoid damage to your property by calling us right away to fix these problems for you.