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Serving Customers Throughout Southwest Colorado

Mountain Septic is proud to offer expert septic solutions to homes and businesses throughout Durango and Southwest Colorado. We are a team of highly qualified septic specialists who will work to ensure that your septic system is operating efficiently and if not, we will solve the problem. With our unbeatable work ethic, friendly customer service, and fast and reliable workmanship, customers throughout Durango and Southwest Colorado continue to choose us for all their septic system needs.

Our team understands how stressful septic issues can be. To ease that stress, we make sure to offer 5 star communication, show up on time, get the job completed in a timely manner, all while keeping you informed every step of the way. We take pride in treating your property as if it was our own.

Our services include:

To learn more about our septic services, or to schedule an appointment today, call our team at (970) 903-2439

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We'll Keep You Informed

We pride ourselves on our 5-star communication throughout the entire process. We believe clear communication is the key to a successful transaction.

Exceed All Expectations

Our job doesn’t end once we leave. We will provide you with a detailed analysis of the work we completed along with a map of where your septic is located. We will also provide you with a custom maintenance schedule to keep your system optimized for performance.

Customer Satisfaction

We place our reputation above all else. We will diagnose what services you need, perform the task you hired us to do and clean up after ourselves once the job is done.

Your Time is Valued

We value your time as much as ours. Our techs will send you a text message when they are 30 minutes away from your home. No more waiting around all day!


Our septic professionals have the equipment and industry-specific knowledge needed to tackle even your most complex septic issues. Whether your system is overflowing, backed up, or malfunctioning, our team can accurately pinpoint the problem and quickly get to work restoring your system to proper working order.

After service, we inform you of the best course of action to ensure this all-important system is operating smoothly for years to come. For all of your septic system needs, from inspecting, pumping or identifying the underlying issue by septic line video scoping, Mountain Septic has your covered.

Customers throughout Durango continue to choose us time and time again because of our friendly and professional technicians, effective service, and 5-star customer care—and we are standing by to help you too!

Commonly Asked Questions

What are the signs that my septic system needs servicing?

Some signs that your septic system needs servicing include slow drains, foul odors, gurgling sounds in the plumbing, sewage backups, and overly lush and green grass above the drain field.

How often should I have my septic tank pumped?

The frequency of septic tank pumping depends on several factors, including the size of the tank, the number of people in the household, and the amount of wastewater generated. As a general guideline, it is recommended to have the septic tank pumped every 3 to 5 years.

Can I use septic tank additives to improve the performance of my system?

While there are septic tank additives available in the market, their effectiveness is often debated. In most cases, a well-maintained septic system does not require additives. Regular pumping, proper water usage, and avoiding flushing non-biodegradable items are the best ways to keep your septic system functioning properly.

What should I do if my septic system is overflowing?

If your septic system is overflowing, it is important to act quickly to prevent further damage. First, stop using water in your home to reduce the load on the system. Then, locate your septic tank and check if the outlet pipe is blocked. If it is, you can try to clear the blockage using a plumbing snake or call a professional septic service for assistance.

How can I prevent septic system issues?

To prevent septic system issues, it is important to practice proper maintenance. This includes regular pumping, avoiding flushing non-biodegradable items, using water efficiently, and being mindful of what goes down the drains. Additionally, it is recommended to have your septic system inspected by a professional on a regular basis to catch any potential problems early.
Mountain Septic team with trucks and excavator
Mountain Septic team with trucks and excavator
Mountain Septic worker excavating