The large bulk of septic systems utilize a concrete septic tank. They are incredibly long lasting and, if sturdy and set up, can last years. There are even some still in use that have been around for more than 100 years. Like any major structural decision, though, the quality does come at a premium rate and concrete is among the more pricey options. However, if you're installing and you go with one, chances are that you'll have to replace your roofing system a number of times before you need to stress over replacing your wastewater tank.
Concrete Septic System Installation If you're putting up a new building or changing parts of an old unit, you'll have an option of products for the reservoir. Our septic partners handle the set up of all types of reservoirs, including evaluation for feasibility and licenses. The tank will be the first line in the filtration of your structure's wastewater, so it's important to have it expertly installed by professionals who are detail-oriented, to guarantee it is structurally sound, water-tight, and installed to all local codes.