New Install & Replacements
Though modern septic tanks are built sturdily for increased longevity over older models, sometimes new installations and replacements are necessary. Whether it’s replacing the entire well, or various components of a system to bring it up to date, our technicians have the expertise to facilitate this transition. We install and service lift stations as well as the associated pumps that ensure optimal performance of the system. With our riser installation, we update older and standard issue units that are missing this time and money saving attachment. We also install, replace and clean the components of clogged or damaged leach fields.
For septic systems that aren’t built in terrains that naturally provide optimal system flow, lift stations compensate for what the natural terrain may lack. These types of installations can be in both wet well or dry well environments, but in both instances the system helps pump water from a lower to a higher level. When we arrive to sites that require us to troubleshoot, we sometimes recommend lift station installation to help a system run more smoothly. In the case of a faulty lift station, we service and replace all parts including sensing probes, control systems, pressure sensors and pumps.
Septic tank risers are pipes that run from a septic tank or pump out tank, to the surface for pump out and cleaning services. These tubes allow septic companies like ourselves easier access to the systems when we arrive for tank servicing. This is why we almost always recommend them to clients. An added benefit in creating an easy access point for technicians, is that the pricing of services often fluctuates based on ease of access to a septic tank - making the creation of easy access dually beneficial. Many states also require them, yet standard issue and older units are often missing this piping.
Leach fields, also known as septic drain fields are part of the system designed to remove wastewater, or “effluent” from the septic tank. As part of the effluent removal system, these drain fields are particularly prone to clogs that impede their draining function. With proper maintenance ,clogs can generally be avoided, however having them treated occasionally can help prevent system failures. In the case they become clogged beyond repair, our septic service company offers installations or replacements of new field lines. With our experts, this can be a fast an inexpensive project that helps a septic system run smoother.
No matter what the issue with a septic system, our technicians are able to help replace or install the components needed. Whether the installation is to replace a broken part, or to bring an older system up to date with improved technology — we are prepared for the job. We install new float switches, drains and access covers, using our expertise to guarantee high quality workmanship as well as the speedy service our clients are accustomed to. We also repair and replace broken baffles, baffles that are improperly installed, or those that are damaged due to the settling of the septic system.