Septic tanks are a lot to work with. Installing a septic tank and system in your home or building requires a lot of technical skill and work. It’s not a task for those who like DIY projects, but rather is best left to the professionals. To give you an idea of what goes on, though, here are a few things that are done during a septic tank installation.
- Digging holes: Septic tanks are not something you want above ground. They take care of all your dirty waste and deposit it far from your home or building. So, professional septic companies will dig a hole in your outdoor property for the septic tank to be set up in.
- Connecting plumbing: Once the hole has been dug, the septic tank can be installed. This installation process also includes hooking up the plumbing system that connects the home or building to the septic tank.
- Constructing pipes: After or during the previous process of septic tank installation, the plumbing system will also be connected to a drain field. So, this may require pipes being connected or constructed to lead waste away from the septic tank into the drain field.
- Performing tests: It’s nice to make sure your new septic tank is working properly. A good septic tank installer will perform testing to make sure your septic tank is running the way it should.
Septic tank installation is well worth it in the end. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us here at Clark Septic for more information.