Monitoring & Maintenance

Giving you peace of mind.

The Kitsap County Public Health District requires a Monitoring and Maintenance contract for every septic system, other than residential gravity, for the life of the system.

At Acme, we know you want to protect your expensive septic system, and as a design company, we have the expertise to help you do just that. Today’s complicated and expensive alternative septic systems require frequent monitoring and maintenance to ensure that they continue to function properly. So why not have a design company ensure that your system is operating as it’s designed to? We are fully licensed, insured and bonded Kitsap County Monitoring and Maintenance Specialists, and we are experienced at maintaining all types of commercial and residential pressure distribution, aerobic pretreatment, Glendon Biofilter, sand filter, drip and other types of alternative septic systems. We provide personalized information regarding your system, how to care for it, what to do should you experience a septic emergency, county required annual and semi-annual inspections for these systems, and we will ensure that you know what’s going on with your septic system. We follow up every service visit with a copy of the county maintenance report and a letter detailing what services and maintenance we performed on your system.

Looking for a true Monitoring and Maintenance specialist that will give you peace of mind, equip you with knowledge and be a valued resource? Give us a call, and let us show you the Acme difference.

 

"We have been working with Acme Septic for the last couple of years. Acme is extremely organized, has the best communication, are courteous, professional, and also competitively priced. You couldn't choose a better company for your M&M contractor."

~Jeff & Shannon

"We wanted to thank you for your quick response with our septic alarm. You saved the day when we had company coming over in just a few hours! You guys have always gone above and beyond with your service and professionalism. We really appreciate you and your staff!"

~Dan & Maureen

"Acme has been our septic designer and monitoring & maintenance provider for both of our waterfront homes. I appreciate the peace of mind that I have knowing that a design company is helping our investment in the systems have the longest life possible."

~Bill H.

"I just had to let you know how pleased I am to have you as my M&M provider. I am so happy I made the switch to you. Your expertise in solving my problems with the system and taking the time to educate me has made me a customer for life. I finally know how my system works and how to take care of it. Outstanding work, outstanding customer service!"

~Mark B.

Did You Know?

Check to make sure your toilets reservoir isn't leaking into the bowl. Add 5 drops of liquid food coloring to the reservoir before bed. If the dye is in the bowl the next morning, the reservoir is leaking and repairs are needed.
If you have a clogged drain, don't use caustic drain openers. Instead, use boiling water or a drain snake to open clogs.
A small drip from a faucet adds many gallons of unnecessary water into your system every day. To see how much a leak adds to your water usage, place a cup under the drip for 10 min. Multiply the amount of water in the cup by 144 (the number of minutes in 24 hours, divided by 10). This is the total amount of clean water traveling to your septic system each day from that little leak.
Average indoor water use in the typical single-family home is almost 70 gallons per person per day. Leaky toilets can waste as much is 200 gallons each day the more water household conserves the less water enters the septic system. Efficient water can improve the operation of the septic system and reduce the risk of failure.
With 1/4 of US homes using septic systems, more than 4,000,000,000 gallons of wastewater per day is dispersed below the ground's surface.
Consider running your dishwasher or washing machine just before going to bed. This will spread out your water usage.