Septic Tank Installation 

The installation process is the most important step to getting a new septic tank. Yes you want to make sure you order the proper size and style tank that is going to connect to your system and serve your building's occupants, but if it isn't installed correctly then everything can fall apart. There is a process to installing a septic tank underground that professionals know well. We take our time on each installation and insure every measurement and and grade is accurate before we even set the tank in the hole. Having a proper base inside the hole is important so the septic tank doesn't shift over time. Using a machine like a compactor or a jumping jack can help with this process. Once there is a level and compacted base inside the hole you can now place the tank inside making sure the direction of flow is going to match your piping on the outside. Every house and building have a certain uniqueness to them when installing a septic tank because each property has different grading, soil type, size of tank, system, etc. With a professional eye and figuring out all the right details before hand, we can tell you exactly where the septic tank should go and how long it will take to put it in. Each project will take a different amount of effort and so we want you to know the best estimate of how much time and money you can expect to spend before the job is done. Septic tank installation is not a cheap procedure because we are installing something that is going to serve you for years to come. When it comes to picking out the type of septic tank for your property we are going to ask you a few questions first. One question is going to be related to how many people this system is going to serve and how much use the system is going to get. A lot of people forget about items like the washer machine, the dish washer, and the garbage disposal and how all of them are going to impact the overall operation of your septic tank. Basically everything that drains out of your house is going to end up in your septic tank so it is important to think about what goes down there. Putting items like antibacterial chemicals or heavy grease and oil can be harmful to the tank environment. We actually need to maintain a healthy balance of bacteria in the tank in order to properly decompose all the sewage that is being flushed. Over time you will need to have your septic tank pumped which we can do for you as well. Please give us a call so we can give you a quote for installing your septic tank.