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Septic Installation & Cleaning for Wood County, WI

Complete septic service and installations!

Septic tank cleaning is a dirty job. But cleaning up the consequences of a poorly-maintained septic system is an even dirtier, and even more costly one! Make the right move. If you have a septic tank in the Wisconsin Rapids, WI area, we'll make sure it's up to the job. Septic tank cleaning is vital to home maintenance, even if you don't realize it! Call Garrison Septic Service Inc in for an inspection today!

A septic tank cleaning in progress in Wisconsin Rapids, WI

Installation

Is it time for new Septic Installation in Wood County, WI? Don't postpone the inevitable, call Garrison Septic Service Inc. We are a third-generation company that has been providing complete septic service and installations since 1939. You can rely on us to install a new septic tank at a price you can afford. If you would like to schedule an appointment for an estimate, please call us today.

Soil testing & septic inspections

Garrison Septic Service Inc specializes in design, installation, soil testing and septic tank inspections. We'll come to your property and make effective assessments of your situation. Our service area covers Wisconsin Rapids, Nekoosa, Stevens Point, Plover, Rome and the surrounding communities. If you have any questions about our soil testing or septic tank inspections, please call us today. 

Maintenance

When it comes to septic tank cleaning and maintenance in Wisconsin Rapids, Garrison Septic Service Inc has a proven track record of being the area's best and finest providers of septic services. We'll provide you with a thorough inspection and assessment of your septic system's integrity. If there are any problems whatsoever, we'll let you know. As far as our team in Wisconsin Rapids is concerned, septic system maintenance is a vital component of being a home or property owner. Call Garrison Septic Service Inc first to make sure your septic system is taking care of you the way it should.

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