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    Allen Willoughby has roots in the Septic Service Industry that go way back .

    In the 1920's Great, Great Uncle Jim would contract to dig you a well for your home and a pit for the outhouse! Uncles Jake and Buddy installed septic systems in the Metro Atlanta area from the 1940’s to after the turn of the century. And today, Uncle Jake at the age of 89 advises and works with us on occasions!

    We have the experience and good old family values to do the job right - the first time and every time.

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    Septic Tank Cleaning (Not just pumping)
    Drain Line Repair for Residential and Commercial
    New Installation of Residential and Commercial
    Systems
    Inspection Letters
    Storm Water Drainage
    Gutter Piping
    Enzyme Septic Treatment
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    Contact us for help with your systems. No problem too big or too small. Serving Paulding, Carroll, Douglas and Cobb Counties.
    2342 Corinth Poseyville Rd
    Bremen, Ga 30110
    770-646-2500
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Septic tanks by nature will have problems over time.  These issues can be helped greatly by some simple maintenance and monitoring.

Here are some specific items to be on the lookout for.

  • Dumping of cooking oils and grease can cause the inlet drains to block. Oils and grease are often difficult to degrade and can cause odour problems and difficulties with the periodic emptying.
  • Flushing non-biodegradable items such as cigarette butts and hygiene products such as sanitary towels and cotton buds will rapidly fill or clog a septic tank. Make sure that these materials should not be disposed of in your tank!
  • The use of  garbage disposers for disposal of waste food can cause a rapid overload of the system and early failure.
  • Certain chemicals may damage the working of a septic tank, especially pesticides, herbicides, materials with high concentrations of bleach or caustic soda (lye) or any other inorganic materials such as paints or solvents.
  • Roots from trees and shrubbery growing above the tank or the drainfield may clog and/or rupture them.
  • Playgrounds and storage buildings may cause damage to a tank and the drainage field. In addition, covering the drainage field with an impervious surface, such as a driveway or parking area, will seriously affect its efficiency and possibly damage the tank and absorption system.
  • Excessive water entering the system will overload it and cause it to fail. Checking for plumbing leaks and practicing water conservation will help the system’s operation.
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A.W.E. Septic Service, Inc. was formed to bring to the Septic Service Industry honesty, reliability and a focus that always puts the customer first.

As the owner I (Allen Willoughby) have roots in the Septic Service Industry that go back to the 1920’s. My Great Great Uncle Jim would contract to dig you a well for your home and dig you a pit for the outhouse. As time progressed my Uncles’s Jake and Buddy installed septic systems in the Metro Atlanta area from the 1940’s to after the turn of the century. Still today my Uncle Jake at the age of 89 advises and works with us on occasions.

Beginning in 1983 it is from this vast amount of experience I received my training in the Septic Service Industry. A.W.E. Septic Service is a full Septic Service Company. Our services include:

Septic Tank Cleaning (Not just pumping)

Drain Line Repair for Residential and Commercial

New Installation of Residential and Commercial Systems

Inspection Letters

Storm Water Drainage

Gutter Piping

Enzyme Septic Treatment

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