Septic Protection

Why Choose Septic Protection

  • Protects a critical area most homeowner policies DO NOT cover!
  • Up to $5000 in repair/replacement cost
  • No out-of-pocket deductible
  • Protection is fully transferable should you sell your home
  • Our septic protection complements and adds extra value to any septic maintenance plan, ensures your septic system has the longest life possible, detects any problems early, and covers all repair and replacement costs of a catastrophic failure up to $5,000.
  • Replacement of tank
  • Distribution box
  • Leaching lines
  • Outlet
  • Inlet

Emergency Septic Protection protects what most homeowners insurance policies will NOT cover! We are your source for protecting the most expensive appliance in your home. Our Emergency Septic Protection will help cover the cost of expensive repairs and replacements for in ground and exterior waste-water lines and your septic tank for up to $5,000 per occurrence. One less thing you have to worry about! Often forgotten until something goes wrong, your septic system is a critical part of your everyday life. In times of uncertainty, it’s good to know you have “peace of mind” with Emergency Septic Protection. We at Emergency Septic Protection offer one of the most comprehensive Septic System protection plans in the business.

Traditional septic system protection plans stop at what we consider general maintenance, therefore leaving you with the expensive cost of having to repair or replace your system. But we at Emergency Septic Protection take care of your major system repairs and protect you from major system failure saving you $1000’s. With our team of highly trained specialist here for you, your help for your septic needs and questions are just a phone call away. Septic system repairs and replacements can cost you thousands. Avoid out of pocket expenses by protecting yourself with Emergency Septic Protection.

Replacing a septic tank: Septic tanks, especially older, concrete tanks, can crack. A cracked and leaking septic tank is a safety hazard because the raw sludge, not just wastewater, is seeping into the ground and groundwater. A leak also messes up the operation of the baffles and could allow grease and oil to flow into the leach field, so replacing a septic tank could save the cost of replacing a whole leach field. Septic Tank Replacement Costs: $1,500 to $2,500 Replacing/Repairing Pipe from House to Tank: Particularly on an older home, the pipe or the connection points may need to be repaired or replaced.

Cost to replace pipe from the house to the tank: $60 per foot Repairing/Replacing Distribution Box: If cars or machinery drive over the leach field, they may damage or tip the distribution box causing waste water to distribute unevenly. The soil in the leach field receiving an uneven flow may not be able to absorb it all, and the uneven flow may also cause the soil and pipes to clog faster.

Cost to Repair/Replace Distribution Box: $600 to $800 Cost of Replacing Drain/Leach Field: The purpose of septic maintenance and smaller repairs is to avoid the cost of replacing the leach field. The cost is usually in the range of $3,000 to $5,000 plus. When you add up the costs getting Emergency Septic Protection makes perfect sense. Get up to $5,000 per occurrence for your septic system repairs and replacement costs.