387 Morrison Hill Rd. Farmington ME 04938

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Sanitation Services to Franklin County, ME
and Surrounding Areas

Orr's is Your Comprehensive & Affordable 24/7 Septic Services Provider

ABOUT US

Orr’s Septic & Toilet Rentals was founded in 2011 to fill a need for septic services in Franklin County and the northern Androscoggin County area. We are a locally owned and operated Maine business and we offer reasonable and affordable rates to our customers. We take pride in the services that we offer. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to serve you.

OUR SERVICES

Septic System Cleaning & Repairs of All Types

• Pump Stations
• Baffles & Risers
• Pipes Thawed
• New Septic System Installations
• Complete Earth Work
• Septic Pumping

• Septic Installations
• Septic Tank Locator Service
• Camper Pumping
• Line Jetting (high pressure cleaning)
• Portable Toilet Rentals

We Have Portable Toilet Rentals Available For:

• Construction Sites
• Parties

• Weddings
• Special Events

 

Handicapped Toilet Rentals
are Also Available!

Maintenance is an Important Component of Proper Sanitary Practices

The knowledgeable staff at Orr’s Septic is able to install septic pumps, baffles, filters, pipes, and risers within reasonable depth. We also provide general maintenance and repairs of all types for septic systems. Additionally, Orr’s Septic provides extensive repairs to septic systems (such as complete tank and leach field replacement). Maintenance is an important component of proper sanitary practices, and Orr’s Septic & Toilet Rentals is here when you need us.

ALL DISPOSALS ARE DONE IN ACCORDANCE WITH DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION REGULATIONS

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Q and A from Orr's Septic

Do you need help with your septic tank?

Q: How often should my septic tank be pumped?

A: According to nationwide surveys, for a family of four, a septic tank should be pumped every three to four years. Additional recommendations for septic system maintenance can be found at the following website, presented courtesy of ME:

http://www.maine.gov/dmr/rm/public_health/newsletter/septic.htm

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Q: How do you locate the septic tank?

A: If there is a full foundation, check the direction of the pipe that exits out through the wall. As a general rule, the tank will be ten to fifteen feet from the house.

Q: How much does it cost?

A: Cost will vary according to the size of your tank and where you are located. Please contact us for an estimate.

Q: How large is my septic tank?

A: The average tank is 1,000 gallons. However, some exceptions exist. For example, homes with two or more bathrooms will require larger tanks.

Q: What should go into my septic tank?

A: Wastewater from your sinks, washing machine, dishwasher, toilets, and bathtubs should go into your septic tank. Garbage disposals can cause problems if there is no filter installed. A good rule of thumb is that if it is not biodegradable, it should NOT go into the septic tank.

WE CAN PROVIDE ALL OF YOUR SEPTIC SERVICE NEEDS!

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