[img]https://s3.amazonaws.com/syndwire-videos/icl7e1491914295.jpgAt Atlanta Septic Tank Pros, we handle all types of septic system installation, whether youre starting from scratch with a brand new home or office, or need to replace an older system that has seen better days. This is not a time to cut corners. When a system is properly designed and installed correctly, it can last for generations, but when someone without the right training tries to handle a septic tank installation, it can literally fail within days. Our technicians are highly-trained professionals who can guide you through all the possible choices, plus make sure the project goes off without a hitch.
The Basics of Septic System InstallationThere are two main components to consider when overseeing a septic tank installation; the tank and the drain field. There isnt necessarily a wrong or a right here, but as with any type of construction project, youll be able to choose materials and designs based on what works best in your region, quality, and costs.Choosing a TankThe first consideration when choosing a tank is size. They typically start out at 300 gallons and go all the way up to 5,000. A single person living alone is probably ok with a 300-gallon tank. Families with three people tend to need around 1,000 gallons, but this will also vary based on the familys habits and how often guests are present. Naturally, large families, as well as commercial and industrial spaces, will need larger tanks. An experienced technician can help you decide what size is best for your needs.There are various materials to choose from, including concrete, steel, fiberglass, and plastic. Your local codes will determine whats allowable by law. Your habits, the soil, and the water may also preclude some of the options. Most discussions these days come down to concrete vs. fiberglass. Choosing a Drain FieldThe tank will disperse effluent, which is water that is still dirty, but is safe enough to be returned to the earth, where the bacteria in the soil finish the job of cleaning it. Most systems use a leach field or a drain field, which consists of several pipes in a pit or trench, surrounded by gravel and sand. This allows the water to be evenly dispersed, so it can be absorbed better.Local Building CodesThere are laws set at every level, from country, to state, county, and city. The regulations will dictate what materials you can use, how deep the system must be installed, how far away from the home it must be, and much more. Failure to comply with all the regulations can leave you with heavy fines, as well as the expense of tearing out or repairing your system. Always work with an expert who knows the area and the laws.Contact Atlanta Septic Tank Pros for Your Septic System InstallationManaging a septic system installation can be overwhelming, but the experienced techs at Atlanta Septic Tank Pros make it look easy because we do it every single day. Let us walk you through the options and help you choose the right system for your needs and budget. Our techs also handle the install, from start to finish, with quality results. Call us at (404) 998-8812 to schedule today.This article is originally published in the Atlanta Septic Tank Pros website. Follow this link:http://atlantaseptictankpros.com/septic-system-installation-atlanta-ga/