Norway Septic Inc.
Professional, Fast and Reliable Septic Pumping and Cleaning Services
At Norway Septic Inc., we operate based on a genuine desire to help customers obtain fast and reliable septic pumping & septic tank cleaning services when they need it. We’ve been serving the people of Elkhart County since 1964. Our longevity is a strong testament to the quality of service we provide.
Septic Tank Pumping and Cleaning
Septic Tank Parts
24/7 Septic Service
Commercial Septic Service
They Only Pump Your Tank - We Clean!
Your septic tank is not just a holding tank. It performs a vital role in the wastewater treatment process.
- Breaks down solids.
- Performs basic treatment of water.
- Sends treated water through the pipes into the drainfield.
Even though the water leaving the septic tank is not fully treated, the tank is essential for breaking down solids and separating grease, fats, and other contaminants so that the water can flow more smoothly through the pipes.
Most of our competitors just pump out the liquid when they “clean” your tank.
We clean out the entire tank for a complete septic tank pump out – EVEN THE TOUGH STUFF AT THE BOTTOM!
That’s what makes Norway Septic your #1 Septic Tank Pumping Company in Elkhart County.
Serving all of Michiana
We are Located in Granger, IN and service St.Joseph County Indiana, Elkhart County Indiana, LaGrange County Indiana, St.Joseph County Michigan, Cass County Michigan. If you don’t see your city or town listed, Give us a call, and we’ll see if we can help.
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Norway Septic is a friendly, reliable company that prioritizes customer service, and others are taking notice!
We are so excited to announce that we are the recipient of the 2019 Best of Granger Award in the category of Septic System Service.
What is the Granger Award?
Every year within the Granger area, The Granger Award program chooses one award recipient for each service category. The Granger Award reflects quality customer service, community involvement, and business growth. It indicates dedication, reliability, and experience. Receiving the Granger Award is an honor, and one we don’t take lightly.
It’s All Thanks to You!
We couldn’t have received this award without the help of our wonderful customers. Serving homeowners in Elkhart County is a privilege and we appreciate all of our loyal customers.
Here at Norway Septic Inc., we operate based on a genuine desire to help customers obtain fast and reliable septic cleaning services they need – when they need it. We have been established since 1964 .Our business longevity is a strong testament to the quality of service we provide.
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