Huntington, Indiana Septic Tank Pumping and Septic Services

Shankster Bros. Specializes in Agricultural and Residential Drainage and Septic System Maintenance in Huntington, Indiana

Septic Tank Truck Pumping

At Shankster Bros., it’s important for us to offer quality septic tank pumping and septic tank cleaning in Huntington at a reasonable cost. Our friendly and courteous staff has the knowledge and experience to address any questions you may have in an efficient manner.

Since 1999, we have made it our mission to treat each client or vendor as a friend by offering the most effective and economical solution to their problems. This includes staying up to date on the latest developments in onsite wastewater technology and training to certify our technicians accordingly. Discover our septic services in Huntington today.

Our Huntington, Indiana Septic System Maintenance Services and More

We are here to help with your Huntington septic tank pumping and septic tank maintenance. Services available include:

Whatever septic system or farm maintenance services you need, our team is here for you! From septic tank cleaning to maintenance and more, we’re well-equipped, fully licensed, and highly trained to perform a range of septic services.

What You Need to Know About Huntington, Indiana – FAQs, Septic Services, and More

Huntington, Indiana is the largest city within Huntington County. Approximately 25 miles southwest of Fort Wayne, this metropolitan suburb is known as “The Lime City” due to its natural limestone deposits beneath the area’s surface soil.

Additionally, here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we get about the city itself, septic tank maintenance, and beyond.

What are some things to do in Huntington, Indiana?

Just a few of the things that you can experience in Huntington while we are performing septic tank services include the following:

If you’re looking to get out of the city for the day, check out the full list of things to do in Huntington County to learn more.

What is the cost of septic services in Huntington?

The overall price of a septic project can depend on numerous factors, including:

  • The size of the tank
  • The location of the tank on your property
  • The amount of material needing to be removed from the tank
  • The total number of cleanings required

For a more exact quote for your septic tank needs, please contact our team directly.

What are some tell-tale signs I need septic services?

Some of the most common signs that you need more immediate septic tank services include:

  • Wastewater is slow to drain
  • You notice water in the drain field
  • There is a noticeable sewage backup or unpleasant smells

No matter the circumstance, our team is here to assist you with your septic tank needs. That is why our emergency hotline is available for those requiring rapid results for any problems that may arise.

How often should I clean my septic tank?

Most septic tanks require thorough cleanings every 2 to 5 years, though the frequency can also depend on the size of the tank itself. If you are curious about how often your tank should be cleaned, our team would be more than happy to take a look for you and give you an estimate.

Additional Areas of Service

Besides Huntington, Indiana, our northeastern Indiana areas of service include:

Contact Us for Septic System Maintenance in Huntington, Indiana

If you have any questions or concerns for our Huntington septic tank cleaners regarding septic tank pumping, septic cleaning, septic service, septic tank maintenance, farm drainage, installation, or excavation, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Along with the online option above, we can be reached by phone at (260) 308-3455 or on our emergency hotline at (260) 750-2185, or by email at steven@shanksterbros.net. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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