Septic Tank Installation
Septic systems may appear simple in theory, but they are quite complexed. It takes years of experience and on-the-job training to become a true professional. You don't want to just hire anyone when it comes to your septic tank installation. We have been installing septic tanks in Chattanooga for years. We only hire the best septic technicians to ensure that you receive quality work. We have the right equipment and knowledge to handle any job efficiently. We are passionate about our trade and are constantly exploring new ways to improve. Rest assure that we stay up-to-date with the state and local laws and regulations on septic tank installation. Call the Poop Dudes for a second opinion today. If you choose to work with our team, you will receive $250 off your installation.
Septic Tank Installation
Septic installation is one of the most critical components of home development and repair. Poorly designed septic systems can cause severe problems for you and your family. It can cause sewer backups, flood your yard, or even legal issues if you do not comply with safety regulations.
Suppose you are building a home or searching to replace your current septic system. In that case, the Poop Dudes have skilled professionals ready to deliver high-quality service to your family or business. There are several important factors to consider when preparing a septic installation.
Drain Field Location
The drain field is the area where the wastewater effluent is naturally disposed of in the underground soil. Choosing the correct location for the drain field is important for soil absorption. Installing drain pipes in the wrong place could lead to more frequent septic repairs and pumping of septic tanks, or overall system failure and environmental pollution.
Avoid areas near water wells or land that is too close to creeks or ponds. If wastewater spills into these areas, the drinking water may become hazardous to ingest. Areas with hills or rocks can cause wastewater to pool around the pipes rather than drain into the soil, causing regular backups and clogged pipes. It's best to hire a skilled professional to install your septic system in the appropriate place.
State and Local Codes
Regulations vary depending on the city or state you reside in. Our team has a great deal of experience with handling Chattanooga ordinances, so you can be confident that your new septic system complies with all municipal laws and codes. Installing your septic tank properly will help prevent any legal issues in the event you decide to sell your home.
Determining the size of the septic tank that you need is critically important. If the tank is too small, it can cause blockages, backups, or even severely damage your pipes. You may have to have your septic system inspected and pumped more frequently. This may also increase the amount of repair work your system working properly.
Okay, so what size tank should you get? Well, as a good rule of thumb, the standard septic tank holds at least 1,000 gallons or 1 1⁄2 times the average daily wastewater generated by your household. Some also use the number of bedrooms as a measure of the size of the tank. A 1,000-gallon tank is recommended for a home with up to 3 bedrooms. If your home has four bedrooms, a 1,200-gallon tank would be needed, and larger homes would need a 1,750-gallon tank. Other variables will also have to be considered. Like, how often do you have visitors over or hold major events? How much do you shave, wash dishes, do laundry or flush toilets on a regular basis? If you're still not sure what size you need, Poop Dudes experts will help you find the right option for your septic tank installation.
If you are a Chattanooga area resident who is ready to install a new septic system, call Poop Dudes today.