Do you operate on a septic system? Is your current system outdated and it struggles to cope with current usage or is continually getting blocked up?
If you have answered yes to any or all these questions, then it may be time to replace all or part of your septic system.
Please feel free to call and we can run you through a few questions that will help you determine your requirements for all or part of a new septic system. These questions touch on things like family size, soil type, and land size. These factors are critical to the future successful operation of your new Septic System and are used to design the best product for your needs.
It may sound complicated, but it really isn’t that hard and can be worked out and a design provided back to you within 24 – 48 hours.
Septic System Tips
- Get your grease trap cleaned out periodically. If you do not, grease may enter the septic tank and seepage drainage and clog it up.
- Use an activation ingredient in your septic tank to ensure it is performing at its best and the bacteria are doing their job.
- Do not let the sludge build up too much in your septic tank; this will eventually lead to drainage issues. Empty it out periodically.