Felix Septic offers New Hampshire homeowners residential septic pumping service with over 40 years of experience. Our technicians rank among one of the most capable within the New England region and accommodate our customers with emergency response 24 hours/7 days a week.
We are New Hampshire’s premiere septic company that provides an abundance of septic services that maintain, repair or replace your subsurface system. Felix Septic Service is dedicated to subsurface disposal systems. We consistently update our methods and training procedures to best serve you.
Maintaining and servicing your septic system is an important part of protecting the overall system. However, sometimes regular maintenance simply isn’t enough to save a system that is otherwise damaged, or having problems coping with an expanded home
We have provided exceptional service to New Hampshire residents and businesses for more than 40 years. It is our commitment to offer high quality service and technical expertise to exceed your expectations. Any repair or routine maintenance required of your septic disposal system will be met with our courteous, professional staff. Each of our technicians is trained by the highest standards and we are a licensed provider by the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services.
Call us today at 1-800-595-7907 for an appointment or to learn more about our services.
I can say they are a local company and it starts from the top. Their communication flows from the top down. They know how to get the job done through the permitting process in the least amount of time and for the least amount of expense.
Just wanted to say that Nick was a great help today. Not only did he identify the problem and drain the tank, he also showed me the flaw in my system and how to fix it. He was the one bright spot in a day filled with vacuuming up dirty water in my basement. Thanks for everything.
Being we are very small development and financially limited, we really appreciate your efforts to take care of us. Your servicemen were very considerate to spend time with us, educating us through the process.
by Danielle Morin, December 17, 2019
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