Lakeside Electric & Septic Services

(540) 967-3000

Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Emergency Services Available

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Complete Well & Septic Pump Service

Our septic system professionals help maintain your well pump and septic system, so you have potable water and properly functioning drainage in your home all year round. Routine maintenance is the key to minimizing problems, but sometimes repairs are needed; Lakeside Electric & Septic Services is here for you at those times too.


Clean water is essential to healthy living. Our well services include inspecting your well, repairing the pump and wiring as needed, installing a water treatment system, and testing and treating your well water.

Septic Systems

With septic maintenance and repairs from Lakeside Electric & Septic Services, you can feel comfortable knowing you have a licensed professional taking care of your system and keeping it in top condition. Our septic services include the following:

  • Inspection
  • Pump & Alarm Repair / Replacement
  • Treatment
  • Septic Line Repair / Replacement
  • Septic Pumping
  • Camera Inspection
  • Drain Field Unclogging
  • Distribution Box Replacement
  • Emergency Repair
  • Alarm & Float Service
  • Root Removal
  • Line Jetting
Septic Service

Maintenance Is the Key

We recommend opting into our regular maintenance program to minimize the need for repairs and potentially dangerous health problems due to bacterial contamination as well as to prevent clogs and other related problems such as water quality threats to groundwater and nearby streams.

Recommended Maintenance Strategy

Depending on how heavy usage is, we find that septic systems need regular maintenance and a septic system pump-out every three to five years. Some septic problems can be stopped or avoided by reducing water flow to your system. Proven ways of reducing water flow include the following:

  • Limit Laundry Washing
  • Install Water-Saving Toilets
  • Reduce Tank Water Levels
  • Limit Dishwasher Use
  • Repair Leaks

When To Make A Service Call

Septic system problems only get worse without proper attention. To prevent plumbing disasters, immediate action is needed at the first indication of the following troubles:

  • Slowly Draining Sinks, Toilets, & Other Drains
  • Sewage Odors In The House Or Yard
  • Sewage Or Standing Water Surfacing Over The Drain Field (Especially After Storms)
  • Sewage Backups In The House
  • Wet Or Mushy Ground Underfoot
  • Gurgling Sounds In The Plumbing