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Old June 12th, 2018, 10:57 AM #1
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Recommended septic company for Harford county

As the title suggests, I am looking for recommendations on a company that will perform a routine septic tank clean-out within Harford county.

The tank was last cleaned out 5 years ago, though for my household of 1 (with occasional guests) I imagine the tank does not fill up that fast.

The tank was last emptied prior to me moving into the house by Hall's Septic Services from Street MD.
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Old June 12th, 2018, 02:45 PM #2
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I use these guys.
A & J Septic Cleaners
Address: 3611 Jarrettsville Pike, Monkton, MD 21111
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They're all about the same, really almost a flip of the coin. Nobody is too expensive and nobody is the greatest deal in town IMO.
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Only difference in price is if you have to dig out the access. Gets to be a real PITA the older you get. Thinking of adding a riser next time my clean out is done.
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I remember needing to dig out the access hatch for the septic system at my parent's house. It was about 3 feet down through clay soil and scattered bits of shale.

Nevermind "the older you get", I thought it was a PITA even when I was younger!
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Only difference in price is if you have to dig out the access. Gets to be a real PITA the older you get. Thinking of adding a riser next time my clean out is done.
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I remember needing to dig out the access hatch for the septic system at my parent's house. It was about 3 feet down through clay soil and scattered bits of shale.

Nevermind "the older you get", I thought it was a PITA even when I was younger!
yep, i dug mine out twice before I learned. I ended up putting a riser on too.

Thanks for the reminder OP, I need to get mine done this year too
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I try to get mine done every election year as a reminder. 4 years for a 1600 sqft with only my wife and I. Remember to use RID-X every month.
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