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Your Guide To Septic Installation

Your Guide To Septic Installation

Installing a new septic system might not be the most glamorous part of your home maintenance, but it is one of the most important. 

Thanks to new septic technologies, septic systems today are cleaner, greener, and more dependable than ever before. With a brand new septic system designed and installed by local experts, you won’t have to worry about repairs or replacement for years. 

So when it comes to septic installation, don’t skimp on quality. Choose the septic professionals who will get the job done right, for an affordable cost. 

Septic system design 

The design of your septic system will depend on your property and soil types. While many commercial and residential properties still use a traditional tank and leach field design, there are also affordable alternatives to keep your home and environment safe. 

An aerobic septic system functions by injecting air into the septic tank with an electric pump. The air will accelerate the breakdown of solid waste — the result is lighter, cleaner wastewater that won’t pollute the ground around your property. 

In a sand mound septic system, mounds of porous sand and gravel will be built over a leach field on your property. This adds an extra protective layer to filter wastewater, leaving it cleaner and safer by the time it reaches the natural soil. 

Consult with a septic specialist

If you’re curious about the best traditional or alternative septic design for your property, just get in touch with a professional.

A professional septic engineer will consult with you on the best options for your property and budget. From design to installation, your contractor will walk you through the whole process and keep you informed.