Looking for a reliable company to service your wastewater lift station in Houston? For more than 30 years, Drane Ranger has provided superior service—including cleaning, repair and wet well maintenance—in Houston and the surrounding region, protecting our region’s sewage system and the health and safety of all who use it.
Why are wastewater lift stations important?
The average sewage system is a lot more complex than you might think. It features a multi-step process with many components, all of which work together to manage wastewater. Wastewater lift stations are essential for managing wastewater, raising sewage from lower elevations to higher elevations where gravity makes collecting and separating the waste more efficient.
Each lift station has a basic set of components to move wastewater, including gravity pipes (chutes) that send wastewater to a reservoir equipped with several sump pumps. When wastewater reaches a specific level, the pumps engage and send water upward through pipes for treatment.
Wastewater lift station cleaning and maintenance
As the experts in cleaning and maintenance, Drane Ranger is the team you can trust to treat any problem you have with this essential piece of equipment. If you operate a large commercial facility like a warehouse, you need to keep a close eye on your wastewater lift station with regular inspections and maintenance from licensed professionals like the technicians at Drane Ranger. We’ll keep an eye on this essential equipment, so you can focus on running your business.
Our wastewater cleaning and maintenance services for clients in Houston and the surrounding area includes a thorough inspection of valves, pipes, pumps and all other functioning parts.
We also offer a thorough cleaning, including guaranteed safe disposal of sewage and related materials.
Signs your wastewater lift station needs maintenance
How can you tell when it’s time to schedule lift station maintenance? Some of the important signs to look for include:
- Slow drainage. One of the initial indicators that your lift station needs maintenance is drainage speed. Debris can accumulate in wastewater lift stations over time, interrupting the flow of water. While minor clogs can go unnoticed initially, the system will slowly lose functionality without routine maintenance. Trust us to clean and repair the system, restoring proper drainage.
- Bad odors. Noticing a pungent smell coming from your wastewater lift station? This is a clear sign maintenance is required. Not only are smells undesirable, it also points to debris accumulation, possible clogging and early signs of future system failure. Schedule maintenance right away.
- Buzzing sounds. If you notice a buzzing or humming sound coming from your lift station during operation, it could indicate a clog, unintended pressure or worn valves. Each of these factors adds stress to the equipment and can cause serious issues if the problem isn’t addressed. Instead of paying for more costly repairs, get the issue taken care of immediately before other components start to wear.
- An alarm. Many lift stations are equipped with alarms. If your alarm is engaged, this is the most obvious indicator that something’s wrong with your system. Alarms trigger when water levels rise too high, or because of partial or complete system failure. If the issue isn’t addressed, overflow is inevitable, so do not delay in reaching out to your trusted lift station service professionals at Drane Ranger.
Need lift station cleaning, repair or wet well maintenance? Drane Ranger is the only name to call. We’ve established our reputation for excellence for more than three decades, offering affordable, reliable and professional service to clients throughout the greater Houston region. Contact us today for more information or to schedule service!
Service Area: We provide wastewater lift station cleaning and maintenance service in the following cities and counties in Texas:
Cities: Houston, Alvin, League City, Manvel, Rosharon, Angleton, Friendswood, Pearland, Sugar Land, Texas City
Counties: Harris County, Fort Bend County, Montgomery County, Brazoria County, Galveston County
Zip Codes: All zip codes in 100 miles from Houston