Commercial Septic Installation: What You Need To Know
Constructing a new commercial building for your business is exciting, but it’s so important that you take care of all the details before breaking ground.
You need to have a plan for water, power, and most importantly — the septic system.
It might not be the most fun part of designing a new building, but fortunately, residential and commercial septic installation is easier today than ever before.
Here’s what you need to know about installing a new septic system on your business’s property.
The Soil Test
Before anything else, the soil on your new property has to be tested. Your local septic installation company can help you schedule third-party testing for septic installation.
The soil test is how you know if you can safely install a septic tank and leach field on your property, without risking groundwater pollution. If your soil percolates (drains liquids) too quickly, it isn’t safe to filter wastewater there.
Septic System Design
Just like every other aspect of your building’s design, your septic system design will be unique to your business and property.
That’s why it’s important to work with qualified septic design experts in your area. They’ll help you engineer a system that fits your business’s budget, is right for your building plans, and will last for years without expensive repairs.
Alternative Septic Systems
Septic technology has come a long way in the past few years, so you aren’t limited to a conventional design.
A traditional huge septic tank and leach field is no longer your only option. Talk to your septic installers about the best alternative systems available — compact, eco-friendly septic systems can help you to save money and protect the environment.
Installing a new septic system on your property doesn’t have to be a hassle. Just plan ahead, have your soil tested, and work with engineers who will help you find the right solution for your property.