AAMS is a locally-owned wastewater service company serving Hays county and Northern Comal county.

We have been providing clients in Wimberley, Dripping Springs, Driftwood, Kyle, Buda and San Marcos with inspections, service, septic maintenance contracts, and education on aerobic septic systems since 1999.

We offer discounted maintenance agreements including aerobic septic system maintenance contracts as required in Hays County.

We service all your septic needs;

Call 512-847-0757 for emergency repairs!

Septic issues arise when you least expect it and our locally owned company can provide fast emergency services.

Aerobic Septic System Maintenance Contract Agreements

The State of Texas and Hays County require maintenance contracts on aerobic septic systems. They require these systems to be inspected by a qualified technician at prescribed intervals, reports be sent to permitting authorities, and repaired in a timely fashion. We offer single to multi-year deals (normally two-year with a discount) on maintenance contracts.

Our service includes the following;

  • Contract submittal and renewal notification
  • Sludge levels in ATU (tank 2) and pump tank (tank 3) access permitting (very important)
  • Water clarity and condition
  • Compressor operation
  • Effluent pump operation
  • Sprinkler operation
  • Control panel operation
  • Notify owner of any deficiency or any repair (most repairs require prior approval)
  • Report submittal to permitting authority

Real Estate Inspections (stress free)

Includes everything above plus a detailed report of system operation and opinions on manufacture equipment, installation, repairs that are required, and repairs to meet “best practice.” We are NAWT certified and accepted by Texas Association of Real Estate Inspectors. We are authorized to do change of ownership inspections in Hays County.

It is our goal to make the home selling and buying process as stress free as possible.

Most problems found during “change of ownership inspections” are minor in scope. Our reports are simple, direct, and backed with over 14 years of actual service, repair, and installation experience. We KNOW aerobic septic systems!

Call early for favorable scheduling 512-847-0757.

Lift Stations / Grinder Pump Services – We are currently not offering this service.

A grinder pump is a wastewater conveyance device. Waste from water-using household appliances flows through the home’s pipes into the grinder pump’s holding tank. Once the wastewater inside the tank reaches a specific level, the pump will turn on, grind the waste into a fine slurry, and pump it to the central sewer system or septic tank.

For more information see our Lift Stations and Grinder Pumps Page.

Septic Installation, Service and Repair

Coming from a background of service and repair AAMS has extensive, hands on knowledge of what systems and designs work best. We know what brands to shy away from due to high maintenance characteristics that can needlessly cost YOU hundreds of dollars more per year to operate.

We have the experience and foresight to help you make solid decisions planning the layout of your homestead. We know and understand design parameters that while being acceptable on paper will not serve you and your family best in actual use. Don’t get burned by setbacks, unknown future landscape plans, and underperforming systems.

The devil is in the details.

We install systems that range from small grinder pump transfer stations up large 5000 gallons per day aerobic systems. We have Registered Sanitarians on standby who have years of experience working with local permitting authorities.

  • We carry a complete stock of parts on the majority of the systems that are currently being installed in this area.
  • We are knowledgeable and keep abreast of new, improved equipment in the industry at the best possible prices
  • Serious emergency repairs are usually responded to within 24 hrs or less.

Root Remediation

Roots are proving to be a significant problem in central Texas.

Septic systems are full of high nutrient water and for some reason the trees prefer the aerated section of aerobic septic systems. This is a huge problem for most systems because of the way they are manufactured and/or assembled. Roots are getting in, and in some cases, they are getting in areas that cannot be seen nor retrieved without significant intervention.

We are addressing this problem head on and have equipment dedicated to solve these problems as efficiently and quickly as possible resulting in no water flow stoppages in the house.