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You can trust the Sydney plumbing experts at Service First Plumbing to maintain, repair and replace your sewage tank and pipes. Speak to our team for any urgent repairs on 1300 173 784.

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Have you got an issue with your sewage system?

Damaged or blocked septic tanks can result in severe health issues and a multitude of other complications.

So, don’t wait until it becomes worse. Speak to the plumbers at Service First Plumbing.

Is Your Sewage Tank Blocked Or Damaged?

As you shower in the bathroom or wash utensils in the kitchen, you might notice the water draining slowly.

You may even pick up on a foul smell or hear a gurgling sound as the water passes through the plumbing system. While ignoring such problems as trivial issues is easy, they might point to a blocked septic tank system or drain. You can’t afford to take any chances with the septic system as, with time, blockages in the sewer system may arise due to:

  • Grease build-up
  • Dirt, debris, hair, soap scum
  • Heavy storms
  • Plant roots and leaves
  • Poor pipe installation
  • Old pipes

We recommend that rather than try fixing the problem yourself with DIY tools, you call our emergency plumbers at Service First Plumbing.

We have several years of industry experience and possess a team of qualified plumbers who clear sewer blockages quickly.

What We Can Do For You

All our plumbers are licensed and equipped to quickly handle the latest machinery and fix most issues. We offer a 24/7 emergency plumbing service, so we will be there whenever you have issues with your sewage tank.

You’ll find that we use CCTV drain cameras to locate the blockage and understand the seriousness of the problem.

The next step is using high-powered water jets to weaken tough clogs and flush them down the pipes. In some cases, the preliminary inspection might reveal pipe damage, so you’ll have to opt for pipe relining. But rest assured, this won’t result in property damage and will keep your plumbing system in fine shape for several years.

Why Choose Service First Plumbing?

Customer Focus

Sydney Plumbing Company puts the customers first with quality craftsmanship and on-time arrival.

Upfront Pricing

We have a transparent pricing policy, so you’ll know about every expense before booking.

Honest Solutions & Advice

The plumbers bring all the equipment and discuss the possible solutions so that you can make an informed decision.

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We don’t work by the hour like other plumbers, and our process is made as simple as possible for your convenience.

Book A Service

Call, chat, or use our online form.

Schedule Appointment

Our plumber will schedule a visit to your home.

Problem Fixed

Your plumbing issue will be fixed by our highly-trained plumbers.

Pay our fixed price invoice

It’s only fair to pay for our services.

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Call Our Emergency Plumbers Today

Sewage issues can be a nightmare. Our team can assist you whether it’s a blockage, tree root invasion or backflow.

You can reach us anytime by calling 1300 173 784. One of our friendly team will be happy to assist you with booking an appointment.

Say goodbye to your sewage tank problems in Sydney and call our plumbers today!

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Our team of experts are available Sydney-wide, 24/7 to solve your plumbing problems!

Sewage Tank FAQs

Got more questions regarding sewage tanks and pipe repairs? We have answered our customer’s most commonly asked questions here:

A septic tank is a sewage tank. It is an underground tank that collects and holds wastewater from homes and businesses until it can be treated. The wastewater may include human waste, water from toilets, baths, showers, laundry facilities, kitchens, and dishwashers.

Depending on the size of your tank and the amount of waste it accumulates, you will need to pump it every 1-5 years. If your tank is regularly filled to the brim, it will need to be pumped more often (every 1-3 years). If you have a smaller tank or don’t produce a lot of waste, it can be pumped every 3-5 years.

These are a few telltale signs that your sewage tank is full:

- Sewage backup in your home or yard
- Gurgling noises coming from your drains or toilets
- Slow drainage in your sinks, tubs, or toilets
- Water pooling near your septic system
- Unpleasant odours coming from your drains or septic system

If you notice any of these signs, call a professional to have your sewage tank emptied.

Having a sewage tank in your house is important because it allows the proper disposal of wastewater and sewage from your home. Without a sewage tank, the waste would accumulate in your pipes and cause blockages, leading to various issues such as unpleasant odours, contamination, and damage to your plumbing system. A sewage tank helps to manage the wastewater efficiently and safely, preventing potential health hazards and environmental pollution.

No, trying to fix a sewage tank emergency yourself is not advisable. Sewage tank emergencies can be hazardous and complicated to handle, and attempting to fix them without proper training and equipment could lead to further damage or injury. It is best to leave sewage tank emergencies to trained professionals with the expertise and equipment to handle them safely and effectively.

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