Gecko Enterprises is your solution for septic tank pumping, cleaning and sludge removal. We have more than 25 years of experience serving the people of Oahu and stand proudly behind our services—it is your satisfaction that makes our job complete! Since 1989, our company has continued with its good name by offering the highest quality septic system installations, inspections, maintenance and resources for both home and business owners.
Education is very important to us, which is why we provide the information you need on installing and taking care of septic systems. We take pride in our work and will make sure that you get the highest quality service we can provide, which is proof of our great name. Let us prove why we're the leading contractors in Waialua, Hawaii in septic tanks and systems by calling today for your installation or repair.
Septic Systems Installations – We deal with cesspool and septic systems for all residential and business installation needs. Your septic tank installation includes a 1-year warranty on maintenance and is available for homes, restaurants and many more businesses.
Complete Septic Repairs – We provide complete design and percolation testing done by a licensed engineer to see how quickly soil absorbs liquid according to Department of Health standards. If repairs are needed, we replace the pump and check for broken pipes or do any plumbing that is necessary. Our services also include septic tank pumping and inspections.
Sewer Plant Operations & Maintenance – From grease trap pumping cleaning for hotels to sludge removal and chemical treatments, Gecko Enterprises does it all!
The National Small Flows Clearinghouse (NSFC) can be a great resource for homeowners looking for septic system information. Funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the NSFC helps homeowners and small communities solve their wastewater problems to protect public health and the environment. The NSFC offers a variety of services, including a toll-free technical assistance hotline (1-800-624-8301). Visit NSFC's "Septic News" web page for tips on how to maintain your septic system.