Whether you are building a new property or thinking about installing a new septic tank for an existing property, many people want to know the best way to go about a septic installation. Do they go for the DIY route on some of the features to save a little money? Is it better to go with a larger tank or a smaller tank that is pumped more often? Where will the components of a septic tank go if the property is on a slope of some kind? At Averett Septic Tank Co Inc., we are here to help you with the things you need to know about septic installation.
- First, just like in real estate, septic installation is all about location, location, location! The location of the property and the way your land is laid out will determine where your septic installation takes place, and sometimes that might be in an awkward area or on a slope. Experienced septic installers can help you with these issues.
- Second, the size of your septic tank is going to be one of the most important decisions you can make. The larger the tank, the better. Even if your family is smaller now, you never know if your family will grow, if aging parents will need to move in, or if your house is passed over in a future real estate option because the tank was too small.
- Finally, septic installation should always be done by experienced experts. Septic installation needs to be carefully and meticulously completed. Otherwise, you’ll end up with terrible and expensive fixes like polluted groundwater, just to name a few.