Welcome to B & B Pumping! We appreciate that you have taken an interest in our services. We’d like to take this opportunity to tell you a bit more about who we are and what we do.

B & B Pumping is a family-owned and operated septic service company based out of Azle, Texas. We have striven to provide Azle, Fort Worth, and the surrounding communities with high-quality septic tank services at a reasonable and affordable price. We understand how important it is to handle these types of projects with knowledge and professionalism; that’s why each member of our team is dedicated to being punctual, professional, and attentive to the needs of your septic system.


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B & B Pumping officially started in 2005, but our family has been in the industry for decades, passing knowledge down from generation to generation. As a family business, we have made it our number one priority to provide each of our customers and our community with the best septic service, maintenance, pumping, and cleaning possible. We specialize in both aerobic and conventional septic systems, so no matter what you need, our team will be able to handle any project.

About Septic Systems

Many people never question anything about their septic systems, that is until something goes wrong with it. But a little knowledge never hurt anybody, so let’s take a close look at what a septic system is and what it does.

What It Is

Septic Systems are self-contained, highly-efficient underground wastewater treatment systems. Septic tank systems are typically a more economical choice for homeowners as they treat and dispose of wastewater on-site. This is particularly true in rural or agricultural areas where centralized sewer systems are inaccessible or spaced too far apart.

How It Works

Septic tanks work by “digesting” organic matter and separating other materials from wastewater generated from a household. Some systems discharge the leftover liquid from the tank and into a series of pipes buried in a leach field or other types of units. These systems slowly release the water, filtered by the field, back into the soil or into surface water.

There are also alternative style systems that use pumps and the force of gravity to move leftover water (known as effluent) through other means of filtration like sawdust or sand or constructed wetlands. This filtration removes harmful pathogens in the process of release.

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Septic system maintenance is important for a number of reasons. The best reason to have your system maintained is that it will ensure that it will continue to work properly and safely. A malfunctioning septic tank or system can lead to environmental issues around your home that could be costly in the future. Which leads us to our second reason why you should regularly have your system maintained; it will save you money!

Repairs and damages are costly, and if you let your system fall into disrepair, you could end up having to replace it which will certainly not be an affordable endeavor.

Professionalism You Can Trust

So if you are ready to take the next step, we stand ready to assist! For more information on our services or to schedule an appointment, contact our team at B & B Pumping today!