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If you need a septic system installation or repair for your home or business in Northwest Arkansas, don’t wait! Call Yoder today.

Our Services

Complete Septic Systems

Installation | Repair | Removal

Sewage Pumps & Relays

Installation | Repair | Removal

Excavation & Trenching

Basements | Foundations | Utilities

Water & Sewer Lines

Installation | Main Connection

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Septic System Installation Done Right

The key to having a healthy, safe, sanitary septic system is to make sure the initial installation is done properly. Each component of your septic system – from the tank and lateral lines to the covers, risers, and sewage pump – is crucial to maintaining properly functioning wastewater disposal.

Whether you are in the middle of a new construction project or replacing old components, septic installation requires a surprising amount of training and expertise.

Don’t leave the installation or repair of your septic system to chance! Let us do it right the first time.

Our licensed and trained technicians will install the system that meets both the needs of your family or business and the requirements of your property’s location, topography, and soil type.

Specifically we can…

  • Design your ideal septic system for NWA.
  • Perform a complete install of any septic system.
  • Repair or replace your septic system risers, covers, tank, and lateral lines.

Years In Business

Completed Projects

Over 30 Years of Experience

Yoder Septic Service is your all-in-one provider of reliable septic system solutions and excavation services. Owner-operator David Yoder has over 30 years of experience and has been serving all of Northwest Arkansas since 1991!

Our company is licensed and insured, with emergency service available 7 days a week. We provide free estimates, with upfront pricing on all work, and accept cash, checks, and credit cards. Call us today!

Call For Consultation:

(479) 586-2240

Do You Have Questions? We’ve Got Answers!

After 30 years in the septic and excavation business, we’ve heard and seen it all. Check out our frequently asked questions to learn more or feel free to send us an email.

Why are new septic systems so expensive?

As one might expect, we get this question a lot. While our service prices are very competitive, we ask that you compare apples to apples when obtaining quotes. You will want to ensure that competing quotes specify similar treatment levels, tank material, overall configuration, drain field sizes, electrical components, and… [read more]

How does a septic system work exactly?

Septic systems are underground wastewater treatment structures that collect, treat, and disperse wastewater that has been created by a home or business.Septic systems use a combination of nature and proven technology to treat wastewater from household plumbing produced by bathrooms, kitchen drains, and laundry… [read more]

Why does it matter what type of soil I have?

When it comes to the size and type of septic system you will need, the condition of your soil is the major deciding factor. When your soil is good and untouched, things usually… [read more]

Should I use additives with my septic system?

Probiotics are all the rage now in the health and medical industry. More and more research shows the benefits of adding enzymes and good bacteria to our bodies to aid in digestion and proper immune function. Well, septic systems aren’t much different… [read more]

Why are there sewer odors inside my home?

Homeowners often call us with concerns about strong sewer odors suddenly occurring in their houses. They immediately assume there may be a problem with their septic system, but most of the time, that is fortunately not the case. Here are a few of the most common causes and what can be done about them… [read more]

What can I do to prevent septic backup?

We all use water on a daily basis for various activities, most of which goes down the drain as wastewater. Whether your house or business is connected to city sewer, a septic system, or an advanced treatment system, its wastewater must be… [read more]

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