About Our Septic Tank Company

Darrell Crews Septic Tanks is a family-owned and -operated septic tank and pumping company that has been in business locally since 2003. We handle septic tank and sump pump jobs of any size, and we prioritize prompt service, quality work, and superior customer care.

Septic Tank Service Experts

From the wide range of services we offer to the expertise of our highly qualified team, our septic tank solutions are unmatched. We provide each service with meticulous care, and customer satisfaction comes first. We believe in treating people fairly and honestly, and our goal is to earn your business on a long-term basis. Our professionals reflect this goal in the level of service they provide to each customer throughout the Jacksonville, FL area, including Duval County, Clay County, Baker County, and Nassau County.

Septic Tank Pump Out FAQs

- What Is a Septic Tank?

A septic tank is a water-tight box made of concrete, fiberglass, or plastic. The primary purpose of the septic tank is to separate solids from liquids and promote the breakdown of the solids by bacteria that are naturally present in the wastewater, which enters the tank from the home. A reliable tank is designed to hold the wastewater for three days so that the bacteria can digest the wastewater before it enters the absorption field. Inside the tank, solids then settle to the bottom, forming a layer of sludge that should be pumped out every 3 to 5 years.

- What Is an Absorption Field?

The absorption field, or drain field, is the next treatment step that follows after septic tank breakdown. It is designed to receive clarified sewage (that which is broken down by bacteria) from the septic tank and discharge it underground into the soil. The absorption field may be constructed of gravel, rock, or other approved aggregate, as well as chamber systems, gravel-less pipe, drip irrigation, or other approved alternative products.

- Why Pump a Septic Tank?

The purpose of pumping out a septic tank is to remove the sludge, or solid waste, that accumulates on the bottom of the tank over time. If it's not pumped out at regular intervals (every 3 to 5 years, according to the Florida Department of Health), the sludge can seep into the drain field, causing thousands of dollars in replacement or repairs as well as potential health hazards to you and your family.

Trust Darrell Crews Septic Tanks for Your Septic Tank Needs

You can count on Darrell Crews Septic Tanks to handle all of your septic services, including, but not limited to:

  • Septic Tank Pump Outs
  • Septic Inspections
  • Sump Pump Replacement
  • Grease Trap Pumping (JEA Preferred Hauler)
  • 24/7 Emergency Services

Darrell Crews Septic Tanks is fully licensed and insured, and we're grateful for the lasting relationships we've built with our satisfied customers. Call us today at 904.923.1241 or contact us online to schedule your septic service.