Septic System Service Dallas, Georgia

Septic System Service Dallas, Georgia

Septic System Service Dallas, Georgia is an essential service for homeowners and businesses alike. It helps to ensure that all septic tanks in the area are properly maintained and functioning optimally. The team of experienced technicians at Septic System Service Dallas, Georgia provides quality services such as regular inspections, cleaning and pumping of tanks, repairs of broken systems, installation of new systems, and much more. With their expert knowledge and attention to detail, they can quickly identify any potential problems so they can be addressed quickly before they become costly repairs or replacements.

Septic System Service Dallas, Georgia ensures that all customers receive timely and courteous service. They also offer competitive prices on a range of services so customers can find the best solution for their needs without breaking the bank. All employees are fully licensed and insured to provide peace of mind to customers that their job will be done properly with no surprises. Whether you need regular maintenance or emergency service, Septic System Service Dallas, Georgia has the expertise to get the job done right!

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About Anytime Septic

Welcome to Anytime Septic, Dallas, GA's trusted partner in comprehensive septic system services. With years of dedicated experience and a commitment to the community we serve, our name has become synonymous with reliability and expert care in septic system maintenance, repair, and installation.

Our Story

Nestled in the heart of Dallas, Georgia, Anytime Septic was founded with a clear vision: to provide top-notch septic services to our neighbors with the utmost integrity and professionalism. Our journey began with a simple yet powerful ethos – your family’s health and safety are paramount. This guiding principle has fueled our mission to ensure that every septic system we work on functions flawlessly, protecting both the environment and our community.

Our Expertise

At Anytime Septic, we pride ourselves on our team of highly skilled technicians. Each member is not only proficient but passionate about delivering service excellence. We've equipped ourselves with cutting-edge technology and continually update our methods to stay at the forefront of the industry. Our range of services extends from routine maintenance and pumping to intricate repairs and new system installations, all performed with precision and attention to detail.

Our Commitment

We believe that our responsibilities go beyond just servicing septic systems. Our commitment lies in building lasting relationships with our customers, offering transparent communication, fair pricing, and education on septic system care. We understand the importance of timely service, which is why we are steadfast in our promise to be there for our customers, Anytime.

Our Community Engagement

As part of the Dallas, GA community, we don't just work here; we live here, too. Anytime Septic is dedicated to contributing to the well-being of our town, participating in local events, and supporting initiatives that make a difference. We are your neighbors, and we take pride in keeping our hometown clean and thriving.

Why Choose Anytime Septic?

When you choose Anytime Septic, you're not just getting a service provider; you're gaining a partner who values your peace of mind. With our around-the-clock availability, you can rest assured that we're ready to tackle any septic emergency you may face. Our enduring commitment to customer satisfaction and environmental stewardship makes us Dallas, GA's preferred septic service.

Discover the Anytime Septic difference for yourself. Contact us for expert advice, service inquiries, or to schedule a visit. Trust us to keep your septic system running smoothly – anytime, all the time.

Dallas, Georgia
"A premier hometown"
Location in Paulding County and the state of Georgia
Location in Paulding County and the state of Georgia
Location in Metro Atlanta
Coordinates: 33°55′7″N 84°50′27″W / 33.91861°N 84.84083°W / 33.91861; -84.84083
CountryUnited States
Town of Dallas1854
City of Dallas1951
 • TypeMayor-Council
 • MayorJames Kelly
 • City ManagerKendall Smith
 • Total7.42 sq mi (19.21 km2)
 • Land7.38 sq mi (19.12 km2)
 • Water0.04 sq mi (0.09 km2)
1,043 ft (318 m)
 • Total14,042
 • Density1,902.45/sq mi (734.55/km2)
Time zoneUTC-5 (Eastern (EST))
 • Summer (DST)UTC-4 (EDT)
ZIP Codes
  • 30132
  • 30157
Area codes
FIPS code13-21324[2]
GNIS feature ID2404179[3]

Dallas is a city in, and the county seat of, Paulding County, Georgia, United States.[4] The estimated population, as of 2020, was 14,042.[5][6] Dallas is a northwestern exurb of Atlanta, located approximately 38 miles (61 km) from the downtown area. It was named for George M. Dallas, Vice President of the United States, under James K. Polk.

About Dallas, Georgia

The area where in and around Dallas was originally held by the Muscogee people, but would eventually lose their land in battle to the Cherokee in 1755. The area became a crossroads for the Cherokee who lived in the area. When gold was discovered in Georgia in 1828, it began what was known as the Georgia Gold Rush. Paulding County was soon separated into 40-acre "Gold Lots" during the Gold Lottery of 1832 and people came from other parts of Georgia and other states to seek gold. The settlers found little gold in the area, with only small amounts being found in mines at Lost Mountain. Many settlers began using their parcels of land to grow crops instead. During the time the Georgia Gold Rush began to happen, the Cherokee people began to be forced off of their lands. Not long after, the Indian Removal Act was signed by president Andrew Jackson, effectively removing the Native Americans to Indian Territory west of the Mississippi River on the Trail of Tears. When the Georgia General Assembly took the original western portion of Paulding County to create Polk County in 1852, it also took with it the original county seat, Van Wert. The legislature ceded western portions of Cobb County to create the newly-drawn Paulding County, thus making it necessary for the creation of a new town to serve as the county seat. The town of Dallas was officially created from 40 acres (160,000 m2) of land purchased from Garrett H. Spinks on May 14, 1852, for $1000. Its first commissioners were James H. Ballinger, James S. Hackett, Hezekiah Harrison, John S. Poole, and Garrett H. Spinks. The new town of Dallas was named for then Vice-President of the United States, George Mifflin Dallas, of Pennsylvania. He served under President James Knox Polk, for whom the new county to the west had been named. The Dallas area is home to multiple battle sites that were part of the Atlanta Campaign in the American Civil War in 1864. The Battle of Dallas took place near downtown Dallas. The Battle of New Hope Church and the Battle of Pickett's Mill were also fought during the same week, both of which are typically considered to part of Battle of Dallas engagement. The original earthworks, including the battle trenches have been preserved at both the New Hope Church site and at the Pickett's Mill Historic Battlefield Site. After the reconstruction period, Dallas and Paulding County began to flourish. Construction of the Southern and Seaboard Railroads began in 1882. Paulding County was also introduced to the textile industry at this time. Both industries played a great role in the growth of the county. Along with the introduction to the railroad and the textile industry, Paulding County's first newspaper was introduced, The Dallas New Era. On October 18, 1903, "Ole 88" Engine 345, a steam-powered locomotive, jumped its tracks and tore down part of the Pumpkinvine Creek Trestle. The Pumpkinvine Creek Trestle, which was originally built in 1901, was rebuilt after the accident. The trestle is over 750 feet long and towers 126 feet above Pumpkinvine Creek. The trestle was restored in 1999 and now serves as part of the Silver Comet Trail. In 1951, the name of the Town of Dallas, Georgia was changed to The City of Dallas, Georgia. The name change was accomplished to comply with federal legislation allowing “cities” to create housing authorities, and other federal-related entities. On April 4, 1977, near the site marker for the Battle of New Hope Church, the forced landing of Southern Airways Flight 242 occurred. The passenger jetliner, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9 with 81 passengers and 4 crew members, was flying from Northwest Alabama Regional Airport to Atlanta Municipal Airport. Upon descending in altitude to prepare for landing in Atlanta, the jetliner started to fly through an intense thunderstorm near Rome, Georgia. Because of the extreme amounts of water and hail that were ingested by the jet's engines, both of the Pratt & Whitney JT8D-7A turbojet engines were damaged and underwent flameout. With the engines unable to restart, the flight's crew began gliding in hopes of reaching a nearby airport. Upon finding out that there were no nearby airports to perform a landing, the crew found a straight section of rural road in Dallas, Georgia to try and land. As the plane began to land, it clipped a gas station, convenience store, and other buildings, resulting in the plane to lose control of landing and ultimately crash, resulting in hull loss. Both pilots and 61 passengers were killed by impact forces and fire. Nine people on the ground were also killed. In the early 2000s the city completed a major refurbishment of downtown Dallas, which included adding and updating sidewalks, adding red brick to the roadways, creation of a large courtyard in the center of town, updating existing structural facades, adding a fountain area near the downtown gazebo, and further preserving historic downtown structures.

Reviews for Anytime Septic

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Can't say enough good things about Anytime Septic. Honestly. Our lot only had one very small window to squeeze our brand new system in and somehow Toby and the guys pulled it off - after being given an added bonus of the worst rocky ground to dig into and clear for the tank. I honestly feel any other company might have thrown in the towell; but they stuck with it, made it happen, and we are forever grateful. They are straight forward, honest, hard-working, and have fun doing it - everything you hope to find and be able to support in your local small businesses. Thanks again, guys!!

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Randall Riddle


Austin Evans and his crew, were on time, professional, and did excellent work. Gave me the lowest of 3 quotes!! Highly recommended and will have our business indefinitely! Thanks again, Austin and Anytime Septic!

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Dozie Ikwuezunma


These guys are very fast and affordable! They must have been out in my area because they were pulling in 12 minutes after I texted to schedule an emergency appointment! Highly recommended. Flat rate with no surprise charges and disaster averted! Thank you!

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Peter Hefele


Toby and his assistant, explained all they were going to do before starting the job. It went very well considering some challenges he encountered and had to work around. Worked expeditiously and took care of the city evaluation before closing everything up. He is very personable, hard worker and fair pricing considering the job. Thanks

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Alivia Heddlesten


I had an awesome experience with Austin evans and the anytime crew Their customer service was top-notch, I definitely recommend 🌟

Frequently Asked Questions

We offer installation, repair, maintenance, pumping and cleaning of septic systems in Dallas, GA.
The cost of our septic system services vary depending on the type of service needed and can be discussed upon request.
Yes, we offer a one year guarantee on all our services provided for your peace of mind.
Depending on the service requested and availability of parts it may take between 1-5 days to complete the job.
Yes we offer 24/7 emergency services for all your septic system needs in Dallas, GA.