The process of septic system installation requires careful precision and experience. There are a number of components at work, connected through a series of pipes that allows water and waste to move from the home or business. When a technician performs septic system installation, the first step is assessing the needs of the building to select the proper size of tank. A tank that is too small can become overloaded quickly, leading to backups and other plumbing problems. On the other hand, if the tank is too large, it may not fit in the available space where it needs to be buried beneath the ground.
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The next step is installing the tank, which involves digging a deep hole in the ground and placing it in an area where cars won’t park or drive on it. Heavy amounts of weight on top of the tank can cause it to crack, so it’s important to place it in the correct spot. After the tank is installed, the technician will then connect it to the drains and toilets within your home via pipes. The pipes that lead out the opposite side of the tank go to the drain field, which includes additional pipes that are perforated. These allow the clear liquid to move out of the system and back into the soil. Other components that might be included in your septic system installation include a lift station and/or grease trap.
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You can rely on our team at Quality Septic Inc. to handle your septic system installation. Whether you’re building a new structure or are looking to have your outdated system replaced, we will provide excellent service and ensure that it’s working properly.