Do you need to have a septic system installed on your property or is it time to replace the one that’s currently there? Obviously, you’ll need a professional to assist with your septic system installation. Did you know, however, that a professional design your septic system as well? Septic tank pumping and septic inspections aren’t the only services your local septic company provides. They are specially trained and licensed in septic system design as well. Here’s why.
It’s Required by Law
As a homeowner in the United States, you are required to have either a licensed septic professional or engineer design your system. This is the only way to ensure that your home system is up to code.
Improper Designs Negatively Impact the Environment
The process of designing and installing a new septic system is very complicated. If done incorrectly, serious environmental problems could occur. When done improperly, toxic wastes can end up in nearby streams, rivers, and drinking wells.
Clogged Drainfields are a Health Hazard
If the septic system isn’t designed correctly, it’s likely that the drainfield will clog. When this happens, dangerous bacteria and algae grow and spread, causing a serious health hazard for people in the area. Stay safe; call a septic tank professional for design and installation assistance.
Need Septic System Design Assistance?
Whether you’re installing a septic system for the first time or replacing an existing one, you need help from a licensed septic professional. Contact Snohomish Septic Service of Snohomish to get the assistance you need. To find out more about our company and the services we offer, visit our website. You can also call (360) 310–4430 to get a free quote for your project. Don’t forget to ask about our current promotions when you call!
Edited by Justin Vorhees
Septic System Repairs
Serving Snohomish, Lake Stevens, Granite Falls, Everett, Arlington, Marysville, Monroe, Mill Creek, Lynnwood, and greater Snohomish county.