Szuter Treatment Systems, LLC
STS Septic: “Servicing all your septic needs!”
Szuter Treatment Systems strives to give you the best care and service possible. We specialize in septic service, design, and installations throughout Geauga and Lake counties as well as surrounding northeast Ohio. Feel free to call, text, or email me anytime with questions or concerns. We will respond as soon as possible to assist you. Our motto is: “Do It Right or Don’t Do It!”
Jeff Szuter, Owner
Why Choose STS Septic?
Bonded, Insured, Licensed Inspector
- Bonded and Insured Installer.
- Norweco Licensed Distributor.
- American Manufacturing Affiliate.
On Call 24/7
All Septic Systems
Top Notch Support
STS Septic Installation
Preparing for septic installation.
Completed Septic Installation
Landscape ready for seeding.
Jeff Szuter, Owner
Jeff has over 30 years of experience in this field and typically averages forty septic system installations per year.
He has been an O.O.W.A. Installation qualified contractor since 2004 and has also attended continuing education through Ohio State University in relation to work in his field. Through these relationships, he has an up-to-date knowledge of septic rule changes as a result of H.B.231 legislation.
Frequently Asked Quetions
All septic systems have a finite life span. In most cases, it is impossible to predict if your septic system will last 3 or 30 years. But you can protect your septic system from costly breakdowns and repairs with periodic septic inspections.
When to Inspect
- As soon as a house is put on the market. This will enhance the home’s value and avoid any liability issues that might result from a malfunctioning system.
- Once per year.
When to Pump
Septic tanks should be checked for buildup every 1 to 3 years until you can get on a predictable pumping schedule. Most septic tanks need pumping every 3 to 5 years. How often depends on the size of the tank, the number of people in the household, and the amount and type of solids entering the tank.
What Occurs During an Inspection
During our inspection process, we will:
- Inspect the condition of the septic and pump tank and report the structural condition and suggest when the pumping should be done by measuring the scum and sludge levels.
- Inspect the drip field area for wet spots or other issues. If we find a leak in the tubing, we usually do not charge for that repair if done at the time of routine service.
- Clean and inspect the disc filters.
- Run a test cycle to inspect the hydraulic unit for leaks, and proper functions. Check the control panel for proper functioning.
- Check the dosing and flush rates which tell us about the general health of the system.
- Record results, then fill out and file the necessary paperwork required by the county Health Department.
What People Are Saying About Us
STS Septic: “Providing quality septic service.”