Septic System Installation
Any kind of home upgrade or project absolutely requires proper installation in order to last and be successful. An accurately installed septic system is probably the most vital aspect of plumbing in your entire home. A septic system malfunction is easily one of the most unpleasant things a homeowner can have to deal with and the unsanitary conditions can even be dangerous to their family’s health. If you opt to hire a cheap contractor with little experience, you could end up with a mess – including raw sewage in your home – definitely not something you want to have to deal with. Don’t put yourself and your family in that risky situation. Hire us at Albuquerque Septic Pumping Services and you can relax with the comfort of knowing that you’ve hired a reputable, insured, and – most importantly – experienced professional company taking care of your most important plumbing system.
Drainage fields and grading
Proper grading and layout of drainage field networks is easily one of the most important parts of installing a new or replacement septic system. In a septic system, both solid and liquid wastes must be handled, and each must be handled differently. The larger volume of liquid wastes usually means that it is harder to manage than the solid wastes are. The waste water has to go somewhere, and that is what drainage fields are for. Improperly graded or otherwise poorly installed drainage fields can lead to water pooling in your yard or possibly even backing up into your house.
Most common problems
Sometimes issues arise even for the most experienced and professional installation teams. We are different here at Albuquerque Septic Pumping Services in that we will make it right. Every installation is different with different details and challenges that often only become apparent once the job is already underway. We will make sure that it will be handled with dedication and professional service, no matter what comes up on the job.
Installation process explained
Septic systems are sometimes also known as private on-site water treatment systems and they are generally popular in remote and rural areas where municipal and other larger water treatment systems aren’t available. The installation process begins with a site survey. First we check that there is adequate space available for the system and the drainage field(s). We also check that the topography will allow for proper flow through the system. Then, we check the estimated water usage of the structure that the system will serve. After we’ve completed the survey, we will assist you with acquiring the necessary installation permits for your area. The simplest type of installation is a gravity-fed system. It is popular because of the simplicity of design and function as well as the lower costs associated with installation and maintenance. The other type of system is a pump-driven one which is used in less common situations and can come with significantly greater costs. Whichever type of system fits your needs, we here at Albuquerque Septic Pumping Systems are here to help you through the entire process. Call us today to find out how we can help with your septic system installation.