Servicing Rodney & Kaipara Districts

Specialists in septic tank and grease trap cleaning as well as a range of other sewage and drainage related services.

Our Services

Septic Tank Cleaning

 

Grease Trap Cleaning

 

Commercial Vacuum Loading

 

Drain Blockages

 

Cesspit Cleaning

 

Flush Drip Lines & Soak Fields

 

Hydro Excavation

 

Environmental Spills

 

Don’t wait till your septic tank chokes – Call us

No Job Too Big Or Too Small

Its really important to maintain your septic tank with regular cleaning to avoid costly and embarrassing problems occurring. We service most areas in the Rodney and Kaipara districts. Click here to find out if we come to your area.

 

Timely maintenance of your septic tank system helps to prolong the life of your septic system and prevents the need for costly septic repairs or replacement.

We service most areas in the Rodney and Kaipara districts including Whakapirau, Pahi, Paparoa, Maungaturoto, Kaiwaka, Mangawhai, Langs, Te Arai, Tomarata, Te Hana, Wellsford, Port Albert, Tapora, Tauhoa, Pakiri, Ahuroa, Glorit, Leigh, Matakana, Warkworth, Snells Beach, Martins Bay, Scotts Landing, Algies Bay, Sandspit and Mahurangi West.

Years Experiance

Tanks Cleaned

Frequently Asked Quesitons

If you have any further questions don’t hesitate to give us a call or fill out the online form.

What areas do you service?
Paparoa, Maungaturoto, Kaiwaka, Mangawhai, Langs, Te Arai, Tomarata, Te Hana, Wellsford, Port Albert, Tapora, Tauhoa, Pakiri, Ahuroa, Glorit, Leigh, Matakana, Warkworth, Snells Beach, Martins Bay, Algies Bay, Sandspit and Mahurangi West.
How do I know when my septic tank needs emptying?
You should get your septic tank cleaned approximately every 3 years – this can vary depending on a few things such as the size of your tank and how many people live at the premises. Some tell tale signs that your tank needs cleaning are things like smelling or wet areas around the tank and drainage field, overflowing drains, or toilets and sinks that are slow to drain.
How does my septic tank work?
Click here for a comprehensive explanation on how a typical septic tank works.
I've never had any problems with my septic system, why should I pump my septic tank?
The primary function of the septic tank is to separate liquids from solids. Solids are retained in the tank after settling. Digestion of the solids occurs over time; however, the rate of solids accumulation exceeds the rate of solids digestion.

Additionally, not all of the solids are digestible. Therefore, the solids level does rise over several years. A septic tank must be pumped periodically to prevent the solids level from reaching the outlet baffle where they are carried over to the disposal field.

How close do you need to get to the septic tank?
We always try to get as close as we can. We carry approx 40m of hose on each truck but have the ability to reach further than that if the need arises.

Professional Job Every Time

We will do our utmost to leave your property in the same condition as we found it.

Great Communication

We pride ourselves on great communication & customer service.

Reliable

We turn up when we say we will or communicate any changes that may arise.

Call For a Quote: (09) 423 7014

 

Client Testimonials

“Thanks for your great friendly service”

Lisa - Mahurangi West

“Best service we have had in NZ since we left”

Deb & Colin from Aus - Property at Whakapirau

“A very prompt, professional and friendly service, would definitely recommend.”

Christine - Omaha

Contact Us

We service most areas in the Rodney and Kaipara districts including Whakapirau, Pahi, Paparoa, Maungaturoto, Kaiwaka, Mangawhai, Langs, Te Arai, Tomarata, Te Hana, Wellsford, Port Albert, Tapora, Tauhoa, Pakiri, Ahuroa, Glorit, Leigh, Matakana, Warkworth, Snells Beach, Martins Bay, Scotts Landing, Algies Bay, Sandspit and Mahurangi West.

 

9 423 7014

 

sarah@macjimray.co.nz