Septic Tanks, Filters and Grease Traps

Call Cotter's Sewer Inc. For Septic Tanks, Filters and Grease Trap Services in Laurel, Columbus, Billings
and surrounding areas in MT

Septic Tank

Septic Tank

Cotter's Sewer Inc provides thorough service on septic systems by not only pumping your septic tank, but by crust busting the tank first and washing the tank down as we pump. This is important because it gets all the crust and sludge out of your tank to help your septic perform at its utmost potential. It is important to maintain your septic tank by getting it pumped every 3-5 years, clean the filter every 3 months and by being mindful of what you put down your drains.

Experts suggest to not introduce anything to your tank that you would not put in your own body.

Septic Filter

When's the last time you had your septic filter cleaned? If you can't remember, it's probably time to get a service from Cotter's Sewer inc in Laurel, Columbus & Billings, Montana. Experts recommend cleaning your septic filter every 3 months and when your tank is pumped or every three to five years. A clogged filter mean no water is getting to the drain field, which could cause a back up in you house. Luckily, our team offers septic filter cleaning in addition to septic tank pumping. Your system will stay sanitary and efficient with our services.

Learn more about our septic system services, including septic tank pumping and filter cleaning, by calling 406-628-5989 now.

Commercial kitchens are equipped with grease traps. Grease traps intercept grease that goes down your kitchen drains. Some kitchens have smaller traps that can be found inside and others have larger traps in the ground outdoors. Cotter's provides pumping and cleaning service on all grease trap sizes. It is important to maintain these traps to ensure that all of your drains work properly and to prevent any grease from going to the city main. If they are not maintained regularly, it is common that a kitchen will back up and to get the drains draining again you might have to jet the lines with hot, high pressured water to clear the lines. This is much more costly and very inconvenient for your restaurant as the drains will likely back up during business hours.