Residential Services

Service & maintenance

We recommend residential septic customers protect themselves with regular preventive maintenance of their waste disposal systems, including their septic tanks and pump stations. When you become a Hartigan customer, we maintain detailed information about your system, including dates of recommended service. You will receive a reminder every 3 years to schedule service. Our trained and certified technician will arrive at your location, pump and thoroughly inspect your system, then give you a condition report of your system.

Pumping & Inspection

Our vacuum trucks can pump tanks from 50 to 500,000 gallons with ease. Further camera inspections may be performed on the empty tank and lines if needed. If repairs or other services are required, Hartigan will assist you with resolving your problems.  Hartigan Company’s video inspection equipment utilizes a self-propelled transporter with a 360° high-resolution camera allowing for a complete overview of your system. Our cameras will survey lines with 4 to 72 inch diameters with moderate flow. Robotic inspections reveal obstructions, cracked lines, and leaks before site work begins. Hartigan will pinpoint your problem so the most cost-effective solution can be determined. All video data collected is recorded onto a CD or DVD format for cataloging.

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See what our clients are saying...

“We continue to find the work provided to be substantially useful for our operation. Thank you again, for a complete and professionally managed job.”

- James L. Jutras
Public Works/WWTF Director, Essex Junction

“It's very assuring to know that your septic is maintained. In the restaurant business, that is an issue that can't happen.”

- Bill C.
Local Vermont Restaurant

“The crew at Hartigan are great. Just nice guys who know what they are doing and are always there when we need them.”

- Julie A.
Local Vermont Resident
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