Ace Acme does more than just pump septic systems. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our comprehensive list of septic system services.
Our Septic Tank Pumping trucks are standing by fully equipped and ready to go to work for you. We pride ourselves on having state of the art equipment that can get the job done while others struggle. Learn more »
If you're in need of a septic system repair we are able to help you out. Learn more »
Ace Acme has licensed professionals that are fully capable to handle inspections for home sales, county required inspections, and system certifications. Learn more »
Who better to have design and install your septic system than a company who has been troubleshooting them since 1952? Learn more »
If you are in the process of retiring your septic system and moving to muncipal sewer services we can help you make the transition a smooth one. Learn more »
If you are concerned about a potential problem and would like to get a look at it prior to spending a bunch of time and money You may want to consider utilizing our camera equipment. Know you are making the right decision prior to digging.
Septic tanks are no more than large traps for solids. Baffles are the component that keep the solids in the septic tank. If your baffles are missing, improperly installed or have decomposed due to year of exposure to hydrogen sulfide gas, which is present in all septic tanks, than you should replace your baffles.
Another way to ensure that solids are kept in the septic tank is to have a filter installed on the outlet of your septic tank. These filters are reusable and easy to clean. By preventing small solid particles from escaping into your pump chamber or drain field you can add years of life to your septic system.
Risers are required on all new septic systems and can be retro fitted for existing septic systems. Risers bring the lids of your septic tanks up to the surface. This will make inspections, maintenance and pumping access easy. Not many companies locate and dig for free anymore. The money you would have spent for digging and locating over time, will pay for your riser installation. Not to mention the time saved if you have a back up, and need to access the tank rapidly.
Septic Systems are becoming more complex than ever. Many septic systems have one or more submersible pumps as components of that system. These pumps are electro-mechanical devices. They require a service professional to plumb them in correctly and set the floats properly as per the design specifications. Labor & industry then requires the electrical to be done by a licensed electrician.
The use of soaps and the disposal of grease from clothes and dishes contribute to a build up over time in the main line leading to the septic tank. This build up will cause slow drainage and eventually back up to the home. It is recommended that your line be cleaned every 6 years.
Our High pressure line cleaning equipment scoures the line like new and then pulls the loosened material back to the tank. No need to enter your home.
If your septic system is on a 3 year inspection/pumping schedule then the line should be cleaned every other time.
Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Contracts are now available to meet your Systems requirements implemented by the County Health Department
Contact us for all your unanswered questions, symptoms and failures about your septic system. Let our years of experience lead you to cost effective solutions when you have a septic system issue.
Ace Acme is helping to take the sting out of rising costs of maintaining your septic system. We are proud to offer this program that allows you to put dollars in an account for your systems maintenance. Call us and ask for details at 1-800-551-5570
This is the process of removing trash and solids from waste water, composting the solids so they can be recycled as soil amendment for topsoil. We have been doing our part for over 10 years to help keep our environment clean. Ace Acme is one of only a handful of privately owned companies in the US that provide this service. Other companies dispose of your septic waste at municipal treatment plants. There the waste water sits until the plant hires an outside source to come and dredge up their ponds.
Using the latest Electronic devises we can find most any tank. Just flush a transmitter and follow it to the tank.
There are various areas within your Septic System that can cause sewer odors. Whether it is within the house, near the septic tank, near the pretreatment unit or the soil treatment area, you need to locate the problem and get it fixed. See more details on possible sewer odor causes and solutions or call us at 1-800-551-5570.