Oxoboxo River, Connecticut

P & H Septic Service LLC

Experts from the ground up

P & H Septic Service LLC

410 Maple Ave
Uncasville, CT 06353
(860) 848-8507
P & H Septic Service LLC, Septic Systems, Services, Uncasville, Connecticut

Locals throughout Connecticut and Rhode Island depend on P & H Construction and Septic Service in Uncasville, CT, for their septic tank and sewer needs. As a reliable company owned and operated by certified technicians with over 35 years of experience, their team is ready and able to assist whenever a septic system issue or emergency takes place.

From residential to commercial clients, P & H Construction and Septic Service offers a wide range of septic services. Whether you’re looking to install a new unit, pump your current septic tank and grease trap, or repair damage to your wastewater system, they have the expertise and equipment to complete the task with the utmost professionalism. Their team is able to assist during any stage, from the installation of a septic tank to regular maintenance, inspections, and repairs. To properly serve their customers, the company also provides portable toilet rentals and sewer cleaning.

Beyond their septic maintenance options, P & H Construction and Septic Service is also known for their unparalleled customer service. From the moment you call for an estimate to the completion of your project, you’ll work with friendly professionals who truly care about the well-being of your home or business. As trusted partners, they’ll work tirelessly to ensure your plumbing and sewer systems are back in working condition quickly and efficiently.

If you’re a local homeowner or business owner in the Greater Uncasville area and require the region’s best source for septic tank maintenance and sewer cleaning, call P & H Construction and Septic Service today at (860) 848-8507 to speak with a helpful member of their team. For more information on their services, from septic tank pumping to grease trap cleaning and portable toilet rentals, check out their website.

Announcements & Events from P & H Septic Service LLC
How Frequently Should I Schedule a Septic Inspection?, Oxoboxo River, Connecticut
Homeowners should add getting a septic inspection to their routine maintenance to-do list to keep their wastewater management in top shape. It’s essential to have a profess...read more
3 Signs Your Septic System is Failing, Oxoboxo River, Connecticut
The septic system contains an airtight septic tank, which holds wastewater until solids and liquids can separate naturally. The wastewater releases to a drain field where it continue...read more
How Sewage Professionals Find & Clear Blocked Lines, Oxoboxo River, Connecticut
Most plumbing issues can be considered minor inconveniences, but a blocked septic system can quickly become a disaster. To make matters worse, your sewer lines might extend 20 f...read more
What Should I Do If My Septic System Is Backed Up?, Oxoboxo River, Connecticut
Septic systems require routine maintenance to ensure they function properly. When you detect an issue, it’s imperative that you schedule a checkup immediately to prevent costly ...read more
What to Know About Septic Tank Sizes, Oxoboxo River, Connecticut
If your home runs on a septic system, you should know what size your septic tank is. Whether you’re thinking about replacing it or are installing a new system, selecting the right si...read more
A clogged drain and a full septic system are common issues. While they both require immediate attention to mitigate plumbing problems, it’s imperative to understand the sig...read more
Your home’s septic system works hard. To keep the tank functioning properly, homeowners should schedule a septic inspection once every three years. Regular inspections can ...read more
You may not realize that a faulty septic system can affect your employees and your business, but it does. It can lead to health issues and other problems that affect your company's p...read more
If you recently upgraded or installed a new septic system, you most likely want to extend the life of your investment. There are a few necessary steps to take to keep the system...read more
Waste carries harmful bacteria, viruses, and parasites that could impact the health of your family. When your septic system is working properly, you will not need to worry about...read more
Whether you’re planning a wedding or are the manager of a construction site, a portable toilet rental will provide a host of benefits for you and those at your site. It’s a smart inv...read more
If you’re tasked with cooking at home, you may wonder what to do with leftover grease and fats. These substances can damage septic tanks when they’re dumped down the drain, whic...read more
Over time, all the systems that keep your household up and running will begin to show signs of deterioration. However, septic systems are especially delicate, which makes them m...read more
When temperatures drop, your home’s septic system is put to the test. The strain of cold weather and snow can cause problems that affect your plumbing and create uncomfortable situat...read more
Septic systems are fairly easy to keep up and running. Some simple maintenance and preventative measures can help you keep your tank, and the rest of your system, in optimal conditio...read more
Though it is an effective wastewater disposal system that doesn’t need daily care, septic tanks still require occasional service, cleaning, and maintenance from qualified professiona...read more
Most homebuyers understand that, before closing on a new house, it's imperative to schedule a home inspection to identify any significant problems. For the same reason, it's also imp...read more
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A backup is one of the worst-case scenarios you can face with your septic system, but this problem rarely occurs without warning. As inconvenient and unsanitary as this situation may...read more
While it’s easy enough to rinse anything down the drain, it’s not always safe for your septic system. The same goes for items that you choose to flush down the toilet. The most effec...read more
When most homeowners think about caring for their septic system, they think about the tank rather than the leach field. However, your drain field is a major part of the system that n...read more
While the functionality of a home's septic system may not be something that people think about regularly, it's a vital part of any house's infrastructure. If it suffers a breakdown, ...read more
When wastewater is sent down property drains, it enters the septic system for treatment before being released into the environment. Inefficiencies with equipment can cause sewage to ...read more
When residents work on their landscaping, many are uncertain what the guidelines are for how the greenery should interact with or avoid their septic system. Even though the surface m...read more
A properly maintained septic system is like a well-oiled machine. It is designed to independently manage your waste disposal needs; and, with regular pumping and inspections, your sy...read more
When you’re making plans to add a septic tank to your property, one of the most fundamental decisions you’ll need to make is which size to choose. If you build one that’s too small, ...read more
If your home features a septic system, you have a bit more responsibility to claim for your household’s waste management routine. According to P & H Septic Service, of Uncasville...read more
If you’re preparing to buy a home in a rural area, you’ll likely acquire a septic system, as opposed to having access to a sewer. As these systems require a bit more maintenance and ...read more
If you live in a remote or rural area, you may depend on a septic system to manage household waste. According to P & H Construction and Septic Service, in Uncasville, CT, th...read more
Garbage disposals are incredibly handy appliances to handle food scraps that regular sinks cannot. Just like the other parts of your plumbing system, they require the proper maintena...read more
When your home’s septic tank fails, it can raise many questions and uncertainties that usually require the attention of a septic service. Yet if you understand a little about the com...read more
Whether you’re planning a large corporate event or an all-inclusive family gathering, the need for septic service and portable toilet rentals will arise. However, if you’re...read more
A portable toilet rental allows for simple and sanitary relief for a variety of different situations. Whether hosting an outdoor party or managing a construction site, they are a nec...read more
The grease trap within your septic system is responsible for catching fats, oils, and greases before they enter the wastewater disposal process. If these mechanisms go unaddress...read more
Commercial kitchens use grease traps to prevent non-soluble fats and greases from getting into the municipal septic system. The grease remains in the trap while the remaining water i...read more
If you have a septic tank on your property, getting the tank pumped is an essential part of the maintenance process. Failing to do so can lead to backups or even permanent damage to ...read more
When it’s working properly, a septic system takes care of the plumbing needs of a home without fanfare. However, it’s important to always keep an eye out for signs of an issue. That ...read more
For homeowners living in rural, or even suburban areas where the municipal water and sewer system is not connected to your plumbing, septic tank installation is a viable and appropri...read more
The leach field is a patch of land just above a septic tank. It consists of a gravel bed and soil and is the last stage of the wastewater treatment process for a septi...read more
If you own a septic tank, you've no doubt been told how important it is to keep it well-maintained. What happens if your septic system isn't cleaned on a regular basis, though? Even ...read more
Your septic system is an integral part of your home, and it requires professional maintenance and inspection to remain in top working order. That’s why it’s important to work with se...read more
A home or business that runs on a septic system as opposed to public sewers requires a little extra care to ensure you avoid backups, breakdowns, or all out failures. The septic main...read more
Septic systems are set up to ensure a household’s wastewater stemming from the bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry rooms leaves the home smoothly and is properly treated. When this syst...read more
If you’re new to having a septic tank, there are a few details you should know about keeping your system in order. With proper maintenance, it should work mostly autonomously for man...read more
When centralized sewer systems aren’t available, septic systems are used to treat household wastewater. These underground treatment systems typically consist of a drainfield and sept...read more
Septic tank installation and repairs aren’t cheap, which is why it’s vital to extend the lifespan of your system by providing it with the proper care and maintenance. Part of th...read more
The old saying “out of sight, out of mind” often rings true. It’s easy to forget about things that aren’t in front of you. However, just because you can’t see your septic tank doesn’...read more
Your septic system has a limited capacity, which makes septic pumping every three to five years a necessity. While most people leave this service to the professionals, a few hope to ...read more
Before installing a septic system on your property, it’s good to do your research and know a few facts prior to beginning the process. The septic system should be both efficient and ...read more
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If your property has a septic system, it will need regular care and maintenance to prevent messy failures from happening. One of the most important things you can do is stay on a rou...read more
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Installing a new septic system isn’t cheap, which is why many homeowners invest in septic tank service and repairs to extend the lifespan of their system. However, even the most well...read more
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From strange smells to soggy landscapes, it’s hard to ignore signs that there’s something wrong with your septic equipment. When people in Connecticut and Rhode Island need sept...read more