Commercial Septic Services


Restaurants, offices, and stores require large-capacity septic systems that are designed to handle larger amounts of waste than residential properties. With over 30 years of experience handling septic systems and tanks, Sierra Pumping Service is the best partner for companies that need reliable and trusted septic services. We can handle large-scale maintenance and pumping, helping you avoid health hazards or operational disruptions.

Commercial Septic & Sewage Services

Septic Maintenance

At Sierra Pumping Service, we offer customized maintenance service and onsite inspections to ensure that your septic system is operating well and is complaint with all permitting requirements. Our technicians are able to operate and maintain all types of onsite septic systems, utilizing a variety of treatment systems and technologies.

Our septic system experts can help you:

  • Locate your septic tank.
  • Inspect your septic system.
  • Pump & clear out your septic system.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a septic system?

A septic system, referred to as an OSSF or On-Site Sewage Facility, is a wastewater system designed to treat and dispose of effluent, on the same property that produces the wastewater.

How often should I have my system cleaned?

Our company recommends that you have your system cleaned every 2 to 3 years, depending on the size of your system & the size of your household.

General Septic Service Tips

  • Check with the local regulatory agency or inspector/pumper (US!) if you have a garbage disposal until to make sure that your septic system can handle this additional waste.
  • Check with your local health department before using additives. Commercial septic tank additives DO NOT eliminate the need for periodic pumping and can be harmful to the system.
  • Use water efficiently to avoid overloading the septic system. Be sure to repair leaky faucets or toilets & use high-efficiency fixtures.
  • Use commercial bathroom cleaners and laundry detergents in moderation. Many people prefer to clean their toilets, sinks, showers, and tubs with a mild detergent or baking soda.
  • Check with your local regulatory agency or inspector/pumper (US!) before allowing water softener backwash to enter your septic tank.
  • Keep records of repairs, pumpings, inspections, permits issued, and other system maintenance activities.
  • Learn the location of your septic system. Keep a sketch of it with your maintenance record for service visits.
  • Have your septic system inspected and pumped as necessary by a licensed professional (US!).
  • Plant only grass over and near your septic system. Roots from nearby trees or shrubs might clog and damage the drainfield (if you have one).

Our Difference


Since 1985, Sierra Pumping Service has helped homeowners and businesses maintain their septic systems. Our technicians are trained and equipped to handle any issues related to septic tanks or septic systems.


Serving many different types of clients over the past three decades has given us a wide range of experience in septic systems, allowing us to deliver excellent service to all of our customers.


Being local means that we’re committed to providing the best experience possible for our neighbors throughout the Central Valley. Our technicians are here to help you handle any septic system issues.

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