Septic Tank Pumping in Holland

"The Careful Cleaners"

Van's Septic Service

Van’s Septic Service is based in Holland, Michigan and serves the West Michigan communities of Holland, Zeeland, Grand Haven, Hamilton, Hudsonville, and Dorr. Tim Greving has personally owned & operated Van’s Septic Service since 1991 and enjoys calling the Lakeshore his home.  Our services include septic tank pumping, septic inspections, grease traps, and hydro jetting services.
"The Careful Cleaners"

We pride ourselves in making sure your tank is properly serviced without disturbing your property.  We carry 240 feet of hose to each job site to ensure we can properly position our equipment. When fresh water is available, we will rinse your tank completely to be sure the job is finished.

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Our Septic System Services

Residential Septic Tank Services | Van's Septic Service in Holland

Residential Septic Tank Pumping

We provide septic tank pumping, septic inspections, and general maintenance designed to keep your septic system operating at full performance.  Call us today at (616) 396-5512 for a Free Phone Estimate.

Commercial Septic Tank Services | Van's Septic Service in Holland

Commercial Septic Tanks

We provide septic tank pumping, grease trap maintenance & repair, as well as hydro jetting services for our commercial clients.  Avoid costly repairs and/or replacements by having Van’s Septic Service perform regular maintenance.

Septic Tank Maintenance?

Septic Tanks should be pumped out at least every 3 years to prevent sludge from damaging your drain field.

Service Areas

Van’s Septic Service proudly services all of West Michigan.


We service North Holland, South Holland, Macatawa, and the Laketown Township area.


Zeeland service area includes Noordeloos, Borculo, downtown Zeeland, Zeeland Township, & Drenthe.

Grand Haven

We service Grand Haven, West Olive, Port Sheldon, and the US 31 corridor south to Holland.


Hamilton service includes Overisel, Fillmore, and south to the US 40 / 89 intersection.


Hudsonville primarily includes Georgetown Township, Hudsonville proper, and Jamestown residents.


Service area includes, Burnips, Hopkins, Wayland, and southern parts of Byron Center.

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Clients Who Trust Us

Nicole D.

Excellent customer service! This is our first home with a septic system. Tim took the time to thoroughly explain our tank and basic maintenance.

Diane M.

Tim is very quick to respond to phone calls, very professional and courteous, and always takes the time to answer any questions that I have. Best by far!

Karen L.

Tim is fantastic! Excellent response time, service, and rates! Highly recommend his company for septic clean out!

Jennifer T.

I cannot imagine ever using another service. Tim was so professional and took time to explain how my system worked. He was efficient and left my property exactly as he found it, except for the empty tanks! A great experience.

Septic System Questions?

how does my septic system work?

When waste water enters the tank, it is “digested” anaerobically – meaning bacteria in the tank decompose solid waste and separates it from liquid waste.

Septic tank pumping - how often?

Over time, solid waste not digested in the system settles to the bottom of tank forming a layer known as “sludge”. On average, a tank has enough room to store about 3 years worth of sludge.  This is why we recommend to have your septic tank pumped every 3 years.  Commercial septic owners should be on a regular schedule.

Warning signals - Things to be aware of?

If you notice “gurgling” or “burping” noises coming from your plumbing fixtures or you experience a slow drain, it may be time to have your septic system inspected. Call us at (616) 396-5512 and we’ll be happy to give you our professional advice over the phone or schedule an appointment.

Septic Tank Back Ups - What causes them?

The main reason is neglect and not pumping your tank on a regular basis (every 3 years). Other factors could be non-biodegradable objects (hair, baby wipes, etc.) Excessive disposal of oils & grease into your septic tank can cause your drains to block and are not digested easily in a septic tank.  Garbage disposals can be used with septic systems but you should use restraint in the volume.

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