Septic System Installation
Unfortunately a septic system is something that is a requirement and not just a luxury. Septic systems are a requirement to make sure that the septic waste from our home is being disposed of correctly. Having a properly operating system can ensure that we have a hassle free septic waste removal system that we don’t need to worry about. Here we touch on the types of systems, the installation and maintenance of a septic system so you know how to get the most use out of it.
Type of System
There are two different types of septic systems available for installation through Tyler Septic Services Co. being an aerobic system and an anaerobic system, also known as a conventional system. Both use a natural process to treat the wastewater and filter it to the soil of your back yard, however the main difference lies in the types of bacteria used to treat the wastewater. Aerobic systems use oxygen injection with relevant bacteria to help speed up the treatment process, whereas conventional systems don’t use oxygen. These conventional systems use suitable bacteria for their system for a slower, but more cost efficient treatment.
Most conventional systems sit underneath the surface of your block, with the pipes running just below your back yard. This means that for the new installation or replacement of your septic system, you will require a trench to be dug for fitting of your underground septic system utilities. Aerobic systems have the ability to be installed above ground dependent on the required size and are a great alternative for pieces of land that are unable to have earth removed to fit the septic system below. Our team of experts will be able to provide you with guidance as to the size and installation procedures of your individual septic system.
As a part of the installation process, our team make sure that we explain to our clients the maintenance requirements of your individual system and influencing factors. Maintenance on your septic systems is a requirement for all kinds of system set ups to make sure that your system operates correctly. Having regular maintenance on your septic system can help to prevent buildups and avoid potential overflows. Maintenance can mean checking that you have the right connections, there is no corrosion and the system is able to adequately flow. Having a professional check these matters for you can help you to rest at east knowing that your septic system is being looked after by the best in the business.
As we provide high quality installations and don’t consider the job to be completed until our clients are aware of the operations and maintenance requirements, we have no concerns offering a guarantee on the installation of your system. To make sure that our clients also play their part in ensuring the longevity of the septic system, we are always happy to walk our clients through what can and what cannot be flushed, what will cause blockages and how to best maintain their new septic system.