All-American Septic Service pumps septic tanks and provides other septic system services in Berks, Chester and Montgomery Counties in southeastern Pennsylvania. We are licensed and fully insured, and our prompt, courteous and professional staff tackles every job with a commitment to make customer satisfaction our number one priority.
In the above video, Steve Chieffo, the president of All-American Septic Service, talks about the importance of timely pumping of septic systems and regular preventative maintenance.
All-American President Steve Chieffo says, "We provide thorough, high-quality septic pumping with first-rate customer service. I'll provide the same septic system service for you and your family as I do for my own family and friends."
All-American offers more than just pumping out your septic tank(s). We take the time to educate our customers on how their septic system and septic tank work, and what maintenance is required to maximize life expectancy and keep their system operating at peak effiency. We also do a general inspection of the entire system to identify current or potential problems - we are definitely NOT a "pump and run" septic service company.
All-American customers are encouraged to watch during pumping so that we can explain each step of the process and answer any questions. As we said, we don't just "pump and run" like some companies do; we also inspect and evaluate the system.
Septic systems are a major investment and must be taken very seriously - but with most people, the system is "out of sight" so it's also "out of mind." We believe that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and with a thorough inspection, problems can be often be caught while they are still relatively minor and more easily repairable. If left untreated, small problems will probably only get worse with time, and it's never a good idea to wait until a small problem has grown into a situation which requires expensive major repairs.
Maintaining your septic system is like changing the oil in your car - if you don't change the oil regularly, eventually it will lead to costly problems and premature failure. Not maintaining your system and going with the mindset "I don't need my tank cleaned, it's working fine" is a very bad idea. Typically with a septic system, by the time a problem has surfaced, the damage has already been done, and maintenance and additives may not resolve the problem. This can lead to costly repairs, or even a new system.
Remember, you cannot sell your house with a failed septic system, so a word to the wise is "maintain it or you'll have to replace it."