There it is. You are driving in the countryside and you come across your dreamland with its dream house. For you it is picture perfect. You work for it everyday and finally you have enough to buy the house and move out there. Well most purchases come with their glitches but you didn’t ever think about to septic system or not. Or maybe you didn’t realize when you bought the house you also bought a septic tank. When you contact us with inquires about installation fees and/or line repairs for your septic tank decisions and modifications, we give you a rundown of everything we offer.
If you are looking for a septic tank installation or line repair for your septic tank we can provide you with everything you need to know. The various tanks that could be installed and which model would suit your property. We can also go over with you the type of line repair that may be necessary if your property already has a septic system. Furthermore we discuss the option in routine maintenance and whether or not it id advisable to add anything to the septic system to help break up sludge. When you want to work with us we are transparent with every possibility of what you are getting. We give you the full rundown.
When you have made the decisions to go with a septic system the first thing we do is congratulate you. It is a simple design and one that has been around for a while, but sometimes history can’t be beat. The next thing we’ll do is ask if you have a site plan. If you don’t have a site plan we will go over one with you. Another question we will ask is if you are indeed allowed a septic system on your property. This is important because some owners don’t realize the regulations in their district. It is important to make sure that you are legally allowed to have a septic system.
Site Plan for Installation
When installing a septic system it is important to have an idea of where everything go. This is also means knowing what kind of soil you are living on and what kind of earth you will be putting the septic tank into. When you build the septic tank you must also know where there is ground water. The septic tank will have two parts. The main actual tank and then there will be the leach field. It is the leach field that will absorb the gray water and purify it. There are certain distances you will want to discuss.
When you decide you want to build a septic tank system make sure you apply for the building permit. When you apply for a building permit there most likely will be a soil test by a health official. This soil test will determine the location of leach field. There can not be any ground water or wells near by that might become contaminated. The soil test will also determine if there is any bedrock or other problematic soil. If there is it may mean you put a hamper on your plans of installing a septic system at that location.