ABOUT JASON PAYNE SEPTIC SERVICES
Since opening our doors, we’ve been committed to providing service of the highest quality, paying particular attention to working efficiently while keeping the lines of communication with our clients clear and concise.
A local, family owned and operated company. Serving the Hamptons East End homes with professional , quality service and workmanship at a sensible cost.
Our experience in the Plumbing & Heating industry gives us an advantage on fully servicing your Septic - Cesspool problems and maintenance with our fully licensed master plumbers with the quality experience our clients are accustomed too.
Licensed, Bonded and Insured, we offer this additional service to all our customers plumbing needs. Your homes septic and cesspool systems are a part of what makes your homes plumbing exceptional.
Our mission at Jason Payne Septic Services is simple: to provide high-quality services in a timely manner. Our team caters to each project’s specific needs to ensure excellence. We hope you’ll find what you’re looking for.
For more information or general inquiries, feel free to call us today.
What We Provide
You can count on Jason Payne Septic Services to not only meet, but exceed all your needs and requests.
Septic & Cesspool Service
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Whether you are getting ready for a new demo-renovation or need preventive maintenance on your Septic and Cesspool Systems we are here to accommodate your needs and are available 24/7 for emergency services should the unexpected happen.
SEPTIC SYSTEM - SEPTIC SYSTEM CARE - SEPTIC SYSTEM REPAIR
7 SIGNS YOUR SEPTIC SYSTEM NEEDS ATTENTION
The repercussions of a seldomly-pumped septic tank can be severe. Septic tanks need to be pumped periodically in order to get rid of solid waste deposits that form on the bottom and top of your tank and add stress on your entire septic system.
Many times septic tank additives are marketed to homeowners as a solution or a substitute for pumping your septic tank. They are comprised of bacteria or enzymes that claim to help soften or break down waste. Unfortunately, sometimes the bacteria can cause more harm or add more to your septic tank problems by delaying or masking troubles. Research has shown there is no substitute for getting your septic tank pumped. Septic tank maintenance should become a part of your regular home maintenance.
Septic tanks are often neglected by homeowners because they are underground and out of sight. Just because you haven’t had any septic tank problems, does not mean you should neglect the maintenance schedule.
SEVEN SIGNS YOU NEED TO PUMP YOUR SEPTIC TANK
Timing – If you can't remember the last time you had your system serviced, then its time. This is the most important because it’s your septic system and following to it can save you big on time, stress and money. Not to mention a potential backflow into your home. Depending on the number of users, not bedrooms or bathrooms, septic tanks generally need to be pumped every one to three years. Determining the size of your tank is best recommended by professionals. The best person to recommend a maintenance and pumping schedule that’s right for you is your septic service provider.
Sluggish Draining/Flushing – If you’ve noticed your tubs drains, showers, washing machines or, worse, toilets, slowly draining and that they are just not as “energetic” as usual, it’s probably a good indication you need your tank pumped. This is one of the most common signs, so you should consider yourself lucky that you’ve been given a chance to fix things before something worse happens.
Odor – As your septic tank fills up, odor-causing gasses have nowhere to go and can end up emanating from your toilets, drains, outdoor septic tank area or your drain field, causing a problem that’s not only gross, but unhealthy. If you suddenly notice sulphur or sewage odors in or around your home and property, it is time to call as soon as possible.
Surprisingly Lush, Green Lawn Over Drain field – The grass is not all greener on the other side. Normally, the grass over your drainage field should look similar to the grass in the rest of your lawn. If you notice a patch is suddenly looking greener than the rest of your lawn, it could mean that it’s been getting a little extra “fertilizer” in the form of excessive waste liquid and your tank is not draining properly.
Standing Water – When your septic tank’s full, water can start to pool in any number of places around your property or can slowly start back flowing into your basement. The most common is around the tank itself and the drain field. Pooling water in or around your home is a serious indication that, at the very least, you need your septic system pumped and immediately inspected.
High Nitrate Content in Well Water – This only applies to homeowners relying on well water and is very important. If you have well water, it is recommended that it be tested at least once a year. If higher than normal nitrate levels are detected, it can be an indication that waste water is overflowing from your septic system and leaching into your drinking water.
Sewage Backup – The most unwanted scenario and no doubt the one you would least like to experience. If you are not on a regular pumping/maintenance schedule and you choose to ignore all signs of your septic system, having raw sewage backup into your house is ultimately the final straw. Sewer piping is usually considered something that is “out of sight, out of mind” until there’s some sort of water backup.
Orangeburg piping and tree roots: What is Orangeburg Pipe? Orangeburg pipe is a type of home sewer pipe used on many properties built from 1945 to 1972. Also known as “no-corrode” pipe, it is a type of bituminized fiber pipe made from a mixture of hot timber and wood pulp. It gets its name from Orangeburg, New York, where it was originally produced by the Fiber Conduit Company; which later became the Orangeburg Manufacturing Company. Although various forms of bituminized fiber pipe have been used since the 1800s, Orangeburg owes its origins to World War II, when the iron and steel commonly used for sewer pipes were critical to the war effort. Because of shortages, Orangeburg pipe was invented so more iron and steel could go toward producing war materials. Following the war, Orangeburg continued to proliferate because it was cheap. Once installed, standard Orangeburg sewer pipes were expected to last 50 years’. Unfortunately, many systems began to weaken after a mere 30 years of use. Most of these structural complications resulted from the material used to manufacture the pipe. Essentially, Orangeburg pipe is no more than asphalt-soaked paper and pulp. It may seem obvious in retrospect, but if you soak paper (even tar paper) with water for long enough, it will eventually deform. Combined with the pressure from the soil and trees growing above it, it's not surprising these pipes began to fail quickly.
Assessing Orangeburg Pipes in Your Home: Assessing the presence of Orangeburg pipes in your home, typically, we need to only know the age of the home and approximate year of pipe installation. In most cases a home built between the years 1945 and 1972 would most likely have a Orangeburg pipe systems. Additionally, most real estate records and city documents will typically have this information on file.
When the decline of Orangeburg pipe lines integrity starts, home owner may notice the efficiency of their home’s sewer system change; slow draining more clogs in drains; this is the sewage system starting to fail. If this problem is left undetected or ignored, it can threaten the safety and health of your home and its inhabitants.
First and foremost, if you’re buying a home that was built before 1980, you should have a professional plumber do an inspection to ensure there’s not Orangeburg piping. If you find Orangeburg pipes in the home, you can subtract the replacement estimate from your offer. If you are already established and are uncertain whether you have Orangeburg piping, the previous homeowner or city documents may have the answer; if not, it’s best to bring in a professional plumber who can do an inspection for you.
Signs of Pipe Failure: Homeowners of properties with Orangeburg pipelines may start to notice poor pipe flow, diminishing efficiency of service over time. This gradual decline in quality, often overlooked, can develop into more expensive and severe pipe collapses. By knowing common signs and indicators of weakening systems, homeowners can detect pipe damage earlier and avoid major, costly renovations.
If you notice any of the following indicators of Orangeburg pipe failure, it may be time to call a professional plumbing expert to assess damages:
Frequent or persistent blockages
Decreased flows and water pressure
Indentations and dampness on lawns
Lush grass concentrations
Progressing or sudden pipe collapse
Tree root/biological penetration into pipelines
Frequent toilet back-ups
Foul sewer odors inside the home
Sinkholes in the foundation
Sudden high spikes in your monthly water bill
The right solution for your damaged Orangeburg pipe depends on a few important factors, which can change based on circumstances. Things like pipe depth, the type of break, and the severity of the break all affect what solution is best suited for your home. To evaluate pipe systems, call a service professionals to assess the system. In the meantime, have your plumber send a camera down into the sewer every six months to keep tabs on the situation. If the inspection reveals damage but no imminent danger, your plumber may be able to extend the life of the pipes a bit longer by snaking them or having Roto-Rooter service done.
The minute you see any sign of sewage backup, it’s important to call your septic service provider immediately. If you’re lucky, a mere pumping may be all you need. If your maintenance schedule has been neglected, there may be more septic tank problems involved or septic rings drainage issues. Paying attention to the number one sign will give you the best chance of never having to deal with the other six. A well maintained septic system can last up to 30 (sometimes 40 or 50) years and save you loads of money, hassle and heartache.
Jason Payne Septic Services is a full-service septic system company with its own Master Plumbing division.
We are capable of any maintenance and repair both for septic and any plumbing in your home.
We are experienced, fully insured, local company equipped to handle any type of septic emergency. Although, we would much rather put you on one of our scheduled service plans and help you stop disasters from happening long before they start.
Call or email today to schedule an appointment!
631-255-8563 or 631-276-4759
TANK EXTENSIONS TO GRADE LEVEL
REPLACEMENT COVER INSTALLATION
WASTE LINE SNAKING, CLEARING
WASTE LINE REPLACEMENT AND INSTALLATIONS
FULL SEPTIC & CESSPOOL SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
We have the experience and skills necessary to tackle just about every type of job that comes our way. With Jason Payne Septic Services, clients know exactly what to expect - professionalism, efficiency and exceptional results.
SEPTIC & CESSPOOL PUMPING
SEPTIC & CESSPOOL AERATION
AERATION MANAGEMENT AND SERVICE
SEPTIC & CESSPOOL LOCATE AND MARK OUTS
Since its founding, Jason Payne Septic Services has been one of the most trusted names in the industry. Hire us for this service and learn how we cater to the needs of each client, ensuring the results you need and deserve.
ROTOR ROOTER SERVICE
TRENCHING OF SERVICE LINE AND TANKS
24/7 EMERGENCY SERVICE
Jason Payne Septic Services is committed to getting the job done, especially when it comes to this service. You can count on us to be professional, timely, efficient and make sure you’re satisfied every step of the way.
Providing clean, discreet service with a modest approach while rectifying your Septic and Cesspool needs.
Experienced, licensed and insured. Improving the quality of our continued service to the Hamptons Plumbing, Heating and now Septic Needs.
Note to our valued customers:
Jason Payne Plumbing & Heating Inc. & Jason Payne Septic Services
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to disrupt all of our daily lives, JPH Inc. & JPS Inc. wants to assure our customers that we are taking steps to help our employees and clients stay safe and healthy.
We are here, open and working while practicing all social distancing and protocols to best serve your needs.
We are in exceptional difficult times here in our great nation and community. Here at JPH Inc. we have been serving our community through many years of experience and we are ready to serve the needs of our customers and team members, during these challenging times, while doing our best to protect the health of our community. Safety is our main priority at this time.
We will remain open during this time of social distancing, while practicing all protocols. If you’re experiencing problems with your Plumbing, Sewer or Septic systems, you can count on us to make the appropriate repairs or recommendation.
Please review our plan to address your concerns and answer questions that you may be asking. Below is the process moving forward until further notice.
If you need service, please call our main line at 631-255-8563. Emergency services are is still available. Our office staff are working from home and they may return your calls from a line that you may not recognize.
We will be following cleaning protocols recommended by CDC and state agencies. Any team members that have fever, are showing signs of sickness, or who have been known to be exposed and not protected will be asked to remain at home.
Service Call Precautions
We are open and running for all service calls for both plumbing & septic services. We want to be available for any emergency service while keeping our clients and customers safe and comfortable at home. We also have taken precautions to protect our team members and make sure they stay healthy as well. When you call in, you will be asked if anyone in the home has a fever, been diagnosed or had exposure to the virus. We need to know this so that we can be proactive with our team’s response and level of protection. We will have some team members who do not want to be exposed to a high-risk customer and we will respect those wishes. We will also have team members who are willing to work in that environment so that we can respond to those in most need.
In many cases we will be able to troubleshoot problems and equipment from outside, in a crawl space, or in attics, basements and grounds with minimal face to face contact. All protocols regarding COVID-19 will be followed to maintain a safe work environment by wearing gloves, wearing masks if needed, and disinfecting work areas in the home and in our trucks after each call. You may be asked by a technician to speak via video or Facetime and we may ask that you help control the thermostat while we are stationed at the equipment. Boilers, Naviens and Radiant Heat Systems. We ask that you work with us so that we may provide the services needed.
Service and Seasonal Calls
We will be running service and seasonal calls during this time. If you are scheduled already, we plan to come, but you can always reschedule so please let us know. We will call before coming to go over any precautions. As mentioned before, most seasonal work is done outside with minimal contact. Service calls requiring us to go into a home will be done while complying with all COVID -19 protocols. Obtaining signatures will be suspended at this time. Signatures for approval of work or payment via phone or tablet will be discontinued and only be completed via email from your devise with e-signatures as required.
Measures regarding our team to be aware of
Some of our team members may be working remotely from home and therefore our internal communication may not be as smooth as we would like. Please be patient with our team so that we can take the best care of you and all our customers. Our guys already work in isolation for most of the day and are not exposed to large groups during work.
Jason Payne Plumbing & Heating Inc.& Jason Payne Septic Services
We are working diligently in accordance with State, City or CDC recommendations for COVID-19. We sincerely appreciate our clients and team members here at JPH Inc. and JPS Inc. and understand the value of protocols to stop the spread of this virus so that our community and employees are safe and well. We are confident that as a community we will be able to overcome this predicament and hopeful be able to return to our daily lives once again.
We are grateful for all our customers for their understanding, support and confidence.
Jason & Diana Payne
Jason Payne Plumbing & Heating Inc.
Jason Payne Septic Services Inc.