Walt Kucharski Septic Service keeping systems working
|Walt Kucharski Septic Service Inc. employee Jared August, of Richfield, works on a project for a customer.|
|Photo courtesy of Walt Kucharski Septic Service Inc.|
The 50-year-old business is owned by Walter Clay Kucharski, whose father, Walter Kucharski, started the business, and serves as company president today. Kucharski said he took over the business from his father one year ago after working for him for years. He added he moved the business at that time from Bedford to 2841 Stubbins Road in Richfield “to bring it closer to home and for easier access to all clients.”
Officer manager and co-owner Laurel Voltz Kucharski said the family business is a full-service septic and aeration cleaning business and is licensed. It does not do installation work or repairs.
“We have done everything from private homes to Progressive Field,” said Kucharski. “We are dependable and we don’t cut corners. We offer environmentally safe and responsible disposal of waste into a waste-water treatment plant, so we are eco-friendly.”
Kucharksi said it is important for residential customers to keep septic tank systems clean and functioning properly in order to avoid problems and costly repairs. He added that septic systems should be cleaned every two years, and his business can help customers do that.
“The main reasons to clean them out properly is that they are a working system, and regular maintenance causes less pollution and fewer blockages,” he said. “A cleaning schedule would depend on the size of the family.”
He suggested septic system owners should not use the toilet as a garbage can or flush moist towelettes in order to reduce problems such as blockages in the future.
Kucharski also recommends homeowners have their garbage disposal cleaned out regularly every two years to avoid sewer blocks.
Kucharski Septic Service also does professional cleaning of sewers for recreational vehicle parks and hospitals.
“We are also one of the few grease-trap cleaning companies for restaurants,” said Kucharski. “Setting up a regular cleaning schedule or maintenance plan is easier than responding to emergencies that can affect business.”
Kucharski added he is planning to expand the company’s drain cleaning services using the latest technology, such as cameras. In addition, the company can also pump out ground water and pump stations.
The company offers 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a-week service for emergencies.
For more information, call 440-232-0767 or visit www.kucharskiseptic.net.
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