Sewage Ejector in San Francisco, CA

Reliable Sewage Ejector Maintenance by Trinity Liquid Waste

For over 25 years, Trinity Liquid Waste has been installing and maintaining sewage ejector tanks in homes and businesses throughout San Francisco, CA. As a locally-owned business, you can trust our team to provide you with top-quality and personalized service that other companies can’t. Our certified and licensed technicians have the knowledge and experience to repair and maintenance the sewage injectors in your residential or commercial property. Letting your sewage ejector tank fall into disrepair could lead to more costly issues. So contact our team today to get started! We are available 24/7 to handle your emergency needs.

What Is a Sewage Ejector?

A sewage injector is installed in the basement level of homes and commercial properties with toilets, sinks, washing machines, and other plumbing fixtures below the primary sewage draining exit pipe. It is installed in the ground and operates similarly to a sump pump. The system allows homeowners and business owners the chance to utilize their basement space without clogging the main sewage drainage exit pipe.

How Does a Sewage Ejector Work?

Drain wastewater is dependent on gravity. However, when plumbing is located below the main sewage exit line, an alternative method is necessary to expel wastewater. Your sewage ejector is installed in a basin underground. When the basin is filled with sewage, the discharge pump is triggered, and the wastewater is expelled into the primary sewage draining exit pipe. Once the basin empties, the discharge pump turns off until the tank fills up again. Sewage ejectors come in a variety of sizes depending on the type of property and the family size. However, the standard is 30 gallons.

How Do I Maintain My Sewage Ejector?

Regular maintenance is imperative to ensure that your sewage ejector system is functional and safe for use. An adequately maintained ejector pump can last up to 10 years. Maintenance is something that can be done by the homeowner if they feel comfortable doing it. However, if you would rather a trained, professional team handle your ejector pump maintenance and cleaning, the experts at Trinity Liquid Waste are here to help. At-home maintenance will take you around two hours at first. To cleans your ejector pump:

  • Turn off Circuit Break and Water Source to the Pump
  • Check the Oil Gauge
  • Remove Any Clogs in the Motor Body
  • Ensure a Tight Seal
  • Clean the Exhaust Vents

Choose the Right Sewage Ejector Maintenance Company

At Trinity Liquid Waste, we provide maintenance and repair services for your sewer ejector systems. Our highly trained team can help keep your system working at maximum efficiency with our thorough point-check maintenance service. Neglecting maintenance on your sewage injector system may lead to more costly repairs in the future and wastewater back up in your basement. If you want to ensure that your sewage ejector system is properly running, contact our team today. Our technicians are dedicated to providing you with the best service possible. Get your maintenance quote.