As we enter the New Year, make a resolution to give your septic system the attention it requires to keep your house’s plumbing and wastewater system working at its very best. It all starts with the proper design and installation. If you are planning to build a new home, or renovate an existing one this year, look no further than Custom Septic. If you are a homeowner with an existing septic system, the pros at Custom Septic are standing by to inspect or maintain the service of your system!
Well-designed and properly installed septic systems are critical to treating wastewater and protecting Minnesota’s surface and groundwater from contamination. There are four main types of septic systems that are used: gravity systems, pressure bed or trench systems, at-grade systems, and above-grade or mound systems. The septic system design perfect for your home has all to do with the terrain, soil conditions and available placement area.
To determine the proper septic design for your property our professionals will take a sample of your soil, also known as soil boring, because that is the main factor in choosing the appropriate septic system. From then, a layout of the septic tank and drain field will need to be designed and discussed to ensure you won’t need to use the space for another reason, there is no heavy weight on the determined areas, and you don’t have future plans that will disrupt the septic function.
Septic System Installation Osseo Minnesota
Finding an experienced septic expert is crucial for your septic system installation. Septic system installation blueprints must be filed with the local health department and the county records office. Additionally, there are many state and local permits that you will need to complete and file before you get the go-ahead to do any digging. Having the right team of professional installers, with the right equipment, the installation itself can go relatively smoothly.
Regular Maintenance For Your Septic System
A septic tank’s purpose is to keep solids and grease from entering/clogging your drain field. Nearly 620,000 Minnesota homeowners use a septic system in their homes. That’s treating nearly 45 billion gallons of wastewater each year! Because there are some objects that cannot be broken down by the bacteria in your tank, they settle at the bottom. For proper septic system maintenance, it is recommended that you pump your tank every three to five years.
If you have any questions about your septic system, partner with the team at Custom Septic and let the experts handle your maintenance needs. To schedule an appointment, call (763) 218-4769 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today.