-serving the surrounding areas of Stafford, New York
A.D. Call & Sons is here to serve our community and make sure that your septic needs are met. We appreciate your support in our endeavor to operate with honesty, trust, reputation, quality and the very best in customer service.
Based in Stafford, New York, 5 miles from Batavia, minutes from LeRoy in Genesee County and serving a wide range of customers, A.D. Call & Sons offers both commercial and residential septic services and repairs. If your home or business is experiencing a septic clog or backup or just needs preventive maintenance, call us today at 585-343-2910 and let our experts fix any problems quickly and accurately.
The following services are provided by A.D. Call and Sons:
Septic Tank Pumpings
Pumping of Grease Traps and Holding Tanks
New Tank Installation
A septic system’s purpose is to treat waste water from a home or business. A septic tank’s primary function is to provide an area for the waste water to separate. The septic tank will always remain full, with usually 8-10 inches of airspace from the lid of the tank to the water surface. Solids and bacterial waste will settle, while grease and lighter particles will float or remain near the surface.As water is used, partially treated waste water is displaced in to the drain field. The drain field is an airspace underground which allows the water to percolate into the soil for final treatment, eventually making its way back to the water table. A drain field can be made of many things, including: terra cotta pipe, PVC or corrugated pipe, gravel and plastic chambers.
If your fixtures are clogged or your toilet won’t flush, immediately stop using water. Check the drainage and work your way down the clog to try and determine if it’s a clogged line, septic system issue, or problem with the drain. If sewage is surfacing in the yard or the lift station alarm is activated, stop using water and check for any backups in the house.
Extending the Life of Your Septic System
A Septic pumping should be done on a regular basis. There are several factors that determine what “regular” means such as the number of people living in the household, the size and age of the system, the water usage, etc. The average household should have their systems pumped every two years. If a regular schedule is not followed, solids will accumulate within the tank and eventually flow into the drain field and clog your system. By not following a regular schedule, you may also jeopardize your system’s baffles. If your system isn’t pumped on a regular basis, the baffles might become damaged and deteriorate. This will then allow the scum to flow into the drain field. Our technicians are septic experts and although septic tank pumping requires a small section of your yard to be dug up, we always put things back just as we found them. Our job at A.D. Call & Sons is to ensure your septic system is properly maintained and to assist you with any septic issues. Our professional technicians will provide septic services to make certain you get the help you need when you need it.
You can extend the life of your septic system through proper maintenance and regular septic pumpings. Having a septic filter will help your system run more efficiently while preventing most clogging problems from occurring in the first place. The waste materials are trapped in the filter, and the cleaner water is sent to the drain field. You will have less build-up and an overall safer environment by allowing fewer solids to escape into the drain field. This will help extend the life of your overall system.
Regular septic maintenance prevents system failure and ensures the economic value of your property.
Grease Trap Cleaning
Over time, fats, oils, and grease coats, thickens, and accumulates inside pipelines, leading to the hazardous and costly flow of waste grease into drainage lines, sewer lines and sewage treatment plants. Once clogging occurs this may stop your business from running daily operations and even cause the business to close down. A.D. Call & Sons offers pumping and cleaning of grease tanks to eliminate clogging and over flowing of FOGS (Fats, Oils, Grease, and Solids).
Lift Station Cleaning
Pumping stations in sewage systems, also called lift stations, are large concrete holes in the ground that all of your waste drains into. When the sewage level rises, a pump will start to lift the sewage upward. The Purpose of a lift station is to remove waste from your property by moving the waste to its destination – generally a treatment plant.Excessive trash on the floor of your lift station can cause damage to your pump(s) as well as grease can keep your float from working properly and cause the pumps to continue running, burning the motor.Cleaning is required when you start to see grease caking up on walls or floats. Once you see the first signs of grease floating in your lift station, you need to start monitoring your lift station regularly to determine a cleaning schedule. See also A.D. Call & Sons Bulk Liquid Hauling. A.D. Calls welcomes new customers. We do our best to work in a professional and clean manner on every job. We are dedicated to finding the most effective and economical solution for your septic system needs. Service calls can usually be scheduled within 1-3 working days from receiving the call. Please ask if you would like to be on a weekly, monthly, quarterly, annual or bi-annual schedule.
6380 Main Road Stafford, NY 14143 | Office: 585-343-2910| Fax: 585-343-8147