What Do Septic Tank Risers Do? Typically, reservoirs are buried underground and the access ports should lie and excavation performed before pumping or an evaluation can be done. Septic tank risers resemble pipelines, generally made from PVC, that link to the manholes on the tank and reach ground level. Locking covers are connected to the top for security.
What are the Pros and Cons of Installing Them? Deciding whether to add them on is a personal option, and you'll discover some of the advantages and disadvantages below.
Cons[list][*]The covers can be unsightly.[*]The install expenses money.[/list] What's Involved in Installing Septic Tank Risers? Interestingly, most towns consider this installation a change to the system and, as such, they need an unique authorization to include them on. Our partner professionals recognize with all the regional codes and will obtain any needed authorizations beforehand, so you remain compliant with the law. During the installation, the top of the reservoir is cleared of soil and the existing covers are removed. Cement covers can be left on top of the tank and be closed up with it or can be removed entirely. During this time, children and animals should be kept out of the location, to guarantee no one falls in. Our partner service technicians work quickly to lessen the risk and beware to keep the location clear for security. Once the area is clear, the septic tank risers and lids are attached in location and the top of the tank is covered in dirt once again. Check out more about septic systems here -https://youtu.be/9fvz7DTz6B8