- Septic/Grease Pump Out Services
- Grease Trap Lining and Rehabilitation
- Lift Station Rehabilitation
- Chemical Grouting
- Epoxy Injections
- Soil Stabilization
- Hydrostatic Leak Repair
- AGRU/HDPE Welding
- Pipe Coatings and Linings
- Coating Testing Services
- Manhole Rehabilitation
- Seawall Coating and Rehabilitation
- Concrete Restoration Services
Underground Services of America now offers residential and commercial pump outs. This includes services such as pipe jetting, pumping out restaurant grease interceptors, lift-stations and your home’s septic tanks.
Please contact us for an on-site evaluation!
Grease Interceptor Pump Outs and Rehabilitation
- No excavation required
- Restaurant can remain operating
- Restores the structural integrity of the deteriorated grease trap
- Offers a long-life solution
- Provides protection against corrosion
- Stops infiltration, exfiltration and/or inflow
- 9000psi structural monolithic fiber-reinforced lining
- Only a 4–6 hour immersion time
- 5 Year Warranty
Lift-Station Pump Out and Rehabilitation
We have extensive experience in applying a wide variety of products to newly installed structures as well as structures that need rehabilitation. We are trusted and certified by several manufacturing companies to perform this scope of work. We stick to using the most innovative products on the market. We install plastics, calcium aluminates, composite systems, epoxies and urethanes. Due to new products constantly being introduced, our staff is trained regularly through seminars and on-site training. This keeps us up to speed with the newest technology, equipment and product limitations.
Seawall Coating and Rehabilitation
We offer concrete restoration services and corrosion barrier coatings to seawalls and pilings that have endured weathering. We use the best products to protect and maintain a long life solution. Please contact us for an on-site evaluation.
As the tides change, water infiltrates its way through seawall cracks and defects. As the tide lowers, it takes sand and soil along with it, causing voids to form in the structure. Replacing a deteriorating seawall can be extremely pricey. A more affordable alternative would be using a hydrophobic polyurethane resin. This foam injection reacts with the soil moisture and fills any voids with a strong watertight sealant.
This method can also be used in the stabilization of soil that is slowly diminishing near a seawall. The loss of soil, sinkholes, and low spots are all very common. Injecting hydrophobic polyurethane can solve these problems. The mixture combines with the soil to form a solid impermeable mass and ultimately extends the life of the seawall.
Please note that all products are all NSF approved.