Understanding Your Septic SystemIt is very common for new homeowners to be surprised by many different aspects of home ownership. Discovering that your house has a gas water heater, instead of an electric one, or vice versa, is a common example of a homeowner’s surprise. And while it may not be as common for homeowners to be surprised by having a septic system, there are some aspects of septic systems that surprise new homeowners.

If you are a new homeowner and you have not lived in a home with a septic system before, you may not realize that there are some important do’s and don’ts. It is, for example, never recommended to install a garbage disposal in the kitchen of a home that has a septic system. If your home has both a septic system and a garbage disposal, we recommend never using the garbage disposal. Garbage disposals wreak havoc on septic systems, and the convenience of a garbage system is simply not worth the expense you are likely to incur when it causes major problems with your septic system.

Septic System Design And Repair in MN

Custom Septic, Inc., is here to help you with a full range of issues that can arise with septic systems. If your septic system was well designed and properly installed, you are likely to find that it is robust and can be problem free for a very long time. But even minor defects in design and installation can result in the occasional need for septic system repair. When something does go wrong, Custom Septic is ready to provide the repairs.

In addition to providing exceptional septic system repair, we are also known for excellence in the design and installation of septic systems. As a result of our expertise in these areas, you are much less likely to need repairs. Designing a septic system requires knowledge of septic systems, but also knowledge of terrain. The specific features of your property help to determine certain aspects of septic system design and installation. The unique features of your property will help to determine where to install the tank and the specific needs related to connecting the system’s components to your home.

By making certain that your septic system is properly connected to your home, you will be able to enjoy living in your home without concern about your septic system. If and when a problem arises, Custom Septic will be ready to provide the repairs. Call us at (763) 218-4769 for more information.