Mountain Contracting LLC is proud to provide excavation and septic services for both residential and commercial properties in Longmont, Colorado. Our team has years of experience and the tools to handle excavation projects of any size. We also specialize in installing and maintaining septic symptoms and sewer lines. We place high value on not only getting the job done efficiently but also safely. By working with us you can ensure that the job gets done right the first time. Call or reach out through our website to schedule an appointment and ask any questions you may have.

Maintenance and Repairs

Existing Septic Tank Maintenance and Repairs

Septic maintenance is crucial in order to catch any faults before they become bigger and more costly issues. Our team can perform regular maintenance on your septic systems to secure lids, divert rainwater, spot leaks, and many other problems. If we do find anything that needs to be addressed we can also provide replacement parts and conduct repairs. This could include fixing damaged tanks, replacing broken pipes, and more. When it comes to septic our experts are able to help solve any problem.

Sewer Line Repair and Maintenance

We understand that when a problem occurs with your sewer line it can be stressful. At Mountain Contracting LLC, we work to provide speedy service to repair and replace lines to make sure your system is up and running again as soon as possible. Our experts have all the right tools and years of experience to be able to accurately identify any issues your sewer lines may be facing. No problem is too big for us, from clogs to damaged pipes we can fix it all.

How We Work

At Mountain Contracting LLC, we understand that every sewer line project and septic system is different. That’s why we take a personalized approach to every project we undertake.

We offer sewer and septic services that are custom-made for your system, and we’ll consult with you to determine the best course of action. All within your budget!

Assessment and No Obligation Quote

The first step is to assess your needs and determine the best course of action. We’ll also provide you with a no-obligation quote so that you can make an informed decision about whether or not to move forward with our services.

Contract and Permitting

If you decide to move forward with our services, we’ll draw up a contract and apply for any necessary permits. We understand that the permitting process can be confusing, but we’ll take care of everything for you. The local health department must approve all septic system projects, and we’ll make sure that everything is up to code.

Work Begins

After we’ve procured the required permits, our team will rapidly get to work on your septic system. We understand that you’re anxious to have the project completed, and rest assured that we’ll finish it correctly and expediently.

Final Walkthrough

Once the work is completed, we’ll do a final walkthrough with you to make sure that you’re happy with the results. We want you to be completely satisfied with our work, and we’ll make any necessary adjustments before we consider the job done. We know how costly repairs can be, so we make sure to make it right the first time.

Why Work with Mountain Contracting LLC

Unparalleled Experience

Boulder sewer and septic systems require local expertise, and that’s exactly what our team offers. With years of experience in the industry, we know how to handle even the most challenging septic repairs and installations.

Commitment to Quality

We’re committed to providing our clients with the best possible service. We know that a properly functioning sewer or septic tank system is critical, and we’ll treat it with the care and attention it deserves.

Superior Customer Service

We’ve built a loyal customer base by always putting our clients first. Many of them have been with us since the beginning, and we’re always happy to welcome new clients into the Mountain Contracting LLC family.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Sewer line installment is a fairly in-depth process. It starts with mapping the site and confirming the pipe’s depth. An engineer typically assists at this stage, so they can compute the slope. Then it’s time to dig the trench, install the pipes, and apply the backfill. These are the basic steps of the process, though it’s not uncommon for complexities to arise along the way.
Generally speaking, if you experience any plumbing issues, you should call out a professional to evaluate your sewer lines. Examples include slow drains, leaking pipes, excessive backflow, and foul odors emanating from drains or appliances. A soggy lawn (or patches of bright green grass) could also be indicative of a sewer line problem.
Since so many variables can influence the longevity of pipes, there’s really no way to predict with certainty how long your sewer lines will last. If you’re curious, however, there are some averages to note. Clay pipes, for example, last for about 50 years, while PVC elements can last for a century. This is assuming, however, that they don’t incur any damage over their lifetime.
It can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to evaluate a site and then prepare the plans for sewer line installment or repair. The actual work, however, can usually be completed in less than a week. Generally speaking, smaller jobs take two to three days to complete, whereas larger projects than three to five days.
Yes! Firstly, make sure to run water regularly in the pipes. Secondly, inspect for any unusual odors, sogginess around the home or other signs of a potential plumbing issue. Thirdly, consider having your sewer lines professionally inspected or serviced on a regular basis. Finally, make sure to respond quickly to any plumbing issues. This can help you avoid costly repairs down the line.

Call Mountain Contracting for Your Septic, Sewer, Water Line and Excavating Needs

As a full-service septic, sewer and excavation contractor, we’re here to ensure your home or business can handle the demands of the job. With our help, your property will be ready whenever nature calls. And in the event that an emergency does arise, we’ll be there to get things up and running again as soon as possible. To schedule an appointment, reach out on Contact Page or call 303-888-3580.