About Us

 We are your local sewer and drain professionals.  We are owner operated and offer the best equipment at the lowest prices.                                                                                                                 


Whether your toilet wont flush or your septic tank needs pumped, Advance Sewer and Drain Solutions can take care of it with prompt, professional service that won't break the bank.

Owner Operated

With more than 15 years of experience, we have a reputation for providing dependable, honest services at reasonable prices. We strive to achieve 100% customer satisfaction which is why we always provide friendly, personalized service that caters to your needs. 


We provide sewer and drain services that meet a variety of residential and commercial needs, including:

  • Septic tank pumping & inspections
  • Mainline inspection & repair
  • Catch basin cleaning
  • Downspout drain cleaning
  • Oil and Septic tank locating
  • Oil tank decommissioning
  • Grease trap cleaning
  • Camera lines (w/video)
  • Hydro Jetting 
  • Riser installation
  • Drain cleaning (toilets, tubs, sinks, floor drains, washer drains, gutters)
  • Toilet installation and more

Septic Tanks

When to pump

Many homeowners want to know how often they should have their septic system pumped. An average 4 bedroom house may have a 1200 to 1500 gallon tank and with a family of 4 should expect to have the tank pumped every 3 to 5 years with typical use. However, there are various conditions that affect when a septic tank needs to be pumped, so there is no set answer for everyone.  However, if the contents are above the invert of the outlet pipe, the tank should be pumped and evaluated. If the baffle and effluent screen are in place where they should be, inspecting the effluent screen should determine the problem. If water runs into the tank through the outlet, the problem is downstream from the tank. If there is a pump chamber, it should be pumped and the pump evaluated to see if it is operating properly and delivering the correct amount of effluent to the soil treatment part of the system.