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Plummers Septic and Sewer is your established partner for efficient waste management solutions. We’ve been committed to providing reliable and cost-effective services for your waste disposal needs since 1957. 

Septic, Sewer & grease Disposal Services

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Septic Cleaning

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Sewer & Drain Cleaning

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Grease Trap Cleaning

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Why Choose Plummers?

Plummers Septic and Sewer brings decades of experience and expertise in the waste management industry. Our team is well-versed in the latest regulations, technologies, and best practices, ensuring efficient and compliant waste solutions.

Highlights Of Working With Plummers

Fast response | Service Area

Serving West Michigan

Based in West Michigan, our septic tank cleaning & disposal services extend across key locations including Lowell, Ionia, Sparta, Wyoming, and Dorr. With a fleet of specialized trucks stationed in these areas, we’re your local experts for reliable and fast septic solutions.

  • Ada
  • Allendale
  • Alto
  • Belmont
  • Byron Center
  • Caledonia
  • Cascade
  • Cedar Springs
  • Comstock Park
  • Clarksville
  • Coopersville
  • Cutlerville
  • Dorr
  • Dutton
  • Grand Rapids
  • Forest Hills
  • Grandville
  • Hastings
  • Holland
  • Hudsonville
  • Ionia
  • Jamestown
  • Jenison
  • Kentwood
  • Lake Odessa
  • Lowell
  • Marne
  • Middleville
  • Portland
  • Rockford
  • Saranac
  • Sparta
  • Walker
  • Wayland
  • Zeeland
  • And more

About Plummers

OUR STORY

Warren Plummer

1957

Plummers Septic and Sewer, a multi-generational family owned business embodies a strong company image with our signature yellow trucks and commitment to exceptional customer service. With our integrated Waste Collection Services and privately owned Waste Disposal Treatment Facility, we deliver unmatched value, cost control, and environmental compliance, making us the premier waste hauler in West Michigan.

What people are saying about us

Google Reviews

5/5

Plummers is simply the best. I will always call Plummers for any septic or drainage problems. Every time they are out to my home, they exceed expectations. Corey is incredibly personable, dedicated and hard working. John’s knowledge and expertise are invaluable. This is a family run business that truly CARES about their customers. I could not recommend them enough. Thank you guys for everything

Julie

5/5

Plummers did an excellent job with our septic issue! Cory arrived within two hours of my emergency call and was very patient and answered my million questions as he was diagnosing the issue. Not only did they find the clog in the pipe and clean that out but they also came back the next day and pumped out the tank. All of this and they didn’t charge me an arm and a leg. Prices were very reasonable. I highly recommend them.

Sharmayne

5/5

This was our first time using Plummer's and they did a great job. Their customer service was friendly and helpful and when they showed up to clean our tanks, they were polite, quick, and did a great job making sure my yard was put back in order when they were done. We will be using them again for sure!

Carey

5/5

Customer service was amazing when we scheduled over the phone. Chad was our technician and he explained everything thoroughly. He did a great job and was super nice. I definitely recommend this place! They made the process very quick and easy for us.

Michelle

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We are here to answer your questions!

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Sewage backup in your toilets and or drains
  • Slow flushing of your toilets
  • Slow drainage in your sinks or bathtubs
  • Excess liquids in yard (may or may not have odor)
  • Unpleasant odors in your home

We recommend Septic Tank Service every 3-4 years depending on the occupancy of your home and a few other factors.

Tanks being “full” is a common misconception in our world. Septic Tanks run at what’s called a “normal operating level”. After pumping them out, it takes about 2 weeks (based on a family of 4 with 2 tanks) to fill back up with water to normal operating level. The tanks then stay at this level for the duration between services.

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