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Jetted Your Drain Line Lately?

Failure to regularly jet your drain lines will eventually result in a backup emergency. Burns Septic TLC provides scheduled maintenance to help reduce backups as well as 24-hour emergency jetting service throughout Maryland, Northern VA and Southern PA. All Burns Septic trucks feature mounted jetters for the fastest possible resolution to costly clogs and backups.  
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Customers Say...

"Thank you on behalf of the Redbridge Community in Severn for the excellent and professional job you did....It means a great deal to have a company say and do what they they say they will. Kudos to all of you!"
- N. Reed, Redbridge Homeowners Association, Severn, MD

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Frequently Asked Questions

My grease trap is overflowing, why?

Answer

If your grease trap is overflowing, there is most likely a clog in the outgoing line from the grease trap to the county sewer. The grease trap should be serviced more frequently. The outgoing line should be jetted out at least once a year.

NOTE: Cleaning the grease trap is not the same as cleaning the lines; both are of equal importance and should be performed on a regular basis!

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