How long does your tank cleaning process take and do I need to leave my RV?

Our hydro jet cleaning process is scheduled by appointment and completed in about one and one-half to two hours, depending on the RV type and whether there are any issues or problems. Our service is performed “while you wait,” onsite at your RV park or resort site.

There is no need to leave your RV, though we do request you to be on-site in most cases. If you’ve arranged with us ahead of time not to be at your RV, that’s fine. We will ask you to turn off your gas/electric water heater inside your RV if we are cleaning that. If you have a clog in the toilet, know that we will be in and out of the RV as we address that issue.

We’ll answer all of your questions, review with you what we are doing, and give you some instructions for things you can do to keep your tanks clean and your tanks working between annual, professional cleanings.

Jim & Debbie Tome, Owners

Hi, we're Jim and Debbie Tome and we're the owners of Kleen Tank LLC, the nationally-recognized and largest professional network of RV tank cleaning service provider.

We've been RVers like you since 2004 and have traveled all over the U.S. in our Airstream travel trailer. We started the business about twelve years ago and have cleaned tens of thousands holding tanks in thousands of RVs. From tiny weekend travel trailers to monstrous fifth wheels to luxurious motorhomes, we've seen just about every situation there is with RV holding tanks and waste systems.

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