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Maverick Pumping Service - Wautoma, WI

415 E Main St
Wautoma, WI 54982

Maverick Pumping Service - Waupaca, WI

N2329 State Rd 22
Waupaca, WI 54981

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Proudly Serving Central Wisconsin

Looking for a licensed septic tank pumper to provide service for your home or business? Whether you require a drain cleaning, septic or holding tank pumping, grease trap pumping, or riser install, call Maverick Pumping Service to get it done.

Please take note that all septic tanks, mound systems, and grease trap covers need to be dug out prior to service. If any system cover is not completely dug out at the time of service, our driver will dig the cover and there will be a dig charge added to your service cost.

Again, please have all system covers fully accessible prior to your service date to avoid any dig fee! Thank you again for your understanding and continued business.

Cities We Serve

Nelsonville WI
Amherst Junction WI
Amherst WI
Iola WI
Scandinavia WI
Ogdensburg WI
Manawa WI
Waupaca WI
King WI
Weyauwega WI
New London WI
Fremont WI
Tustin WI
Poy Sippi WI
Pine River WI
Saxeville WI
Wild Rose WI
Wautoma WI
Redgranite WI
Berlin WI
Eureka WI
Green Lake WI
Neshkoro WI
Princeton WI
Montello WI
Westfield WI
Adams WI
Coloma WI
Hancock WI
Plainfield WI
Almond WI
Bancroft WI

Pumped Promptly! Disposed of Properly!

24/7 Emergency Services Available!

If you’re currently experiencing an emergency with your system, we can help! 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does it cost to get my tank pumped?

Pricing depends on the tank size, if the manhole cover is exposed and the type of waste being pumped. Please call our office to get accurate pricing.

What does it cost to get a drain cleaning?

Our drain cleaning services range from basic filter cleaning, digging for manhole covers, augering laterals, water jetting, and camering. Please contact our office to discuss issues you may have.

What time will you be at my property?

Due to routing purposes, we do not give out time frames. If you have a unique situation that you are required to be home for, we might be able to narrow down a better time window. But for all routine county maintenance pumpings, we give a general time of 8-5 on your specific day scheduled.

Do you file services with the county?

We file all county maintenance pumpings electronically with the county, once services are paid for in full.

How large are your trucks?

Our trucks all have at least a 5,000-gallon capacity. Please make sure all driveways are cleared so the technicians can access your tank safely and properly.

What needs to be exposed, the 26” manhole cover or the 4” PVC pipe?

All tanks have a 26” manhole cover. On older systems, they may be below ground level. In this case, you will need to have your tank lid accessible for our technicians. If you are unable to have this dug and accessible, we do offer services to dig for you for an additional charge.

How often do I need my system pumped?

This depends on the system type. If you have a septic system, the county requires you to get it inspected every three years. If you have a holding tank, depending on the usage, normally they go 4-8 weeks before having to get it pumped again.

Where is my tank and how do I know how many gallons it is?

Tanks can be located in several ways. You can contact the county and request a plot plan. This will give you all the information you need to locate your tank and its capacity.

How can I pay and do you take payment plans?

Technicians can collect cash or check. If you want to pay via card, anyone in the office can gladly take that information. You can mail in payments to PO Box 834 Wautoma, WI 54982.

Where are you located?

We have a fully staffed office located at 415 E Main St Wautoma, WI 54982. We have warehouses located in Wautoma and Waupaca as well.

How do I know if my tank is full?

Typically, if you can see your inlet baffle, the tank is at operating level. It may appear to be “full to the top”, but being able to see the baffle is a good indicator that your tank is at a normal functioning level. If your tank level is into your riser, within a foot from the cover or coming out of the cover, you will need to get it pumped ASAP.

Do I have a filter? What do I do with it?

Most systems installed in 2000 or newer, it is recommended you pull the filter and clean it every 6-12 months.

Wautoma: 920-787-4898
Waupaca: 715-258-5452


Allyn: 920-765-1903
Clay: 920-765-0170


Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday: Closed