Septic systems are used primarily in rural areas where city wastewater treatment facilities are not available. If your property is located where a public sewer system is unavailable, you’ll need to have a septic system installed to funnel wastewater away from your home.
Depending on the location and complexity of the project, a building permit is normally required when a new system is installed. It’s important that all work is done to code.
This is a septic tank installation project for a four-bedroom residential home located in Eastern Connecticut.
The cost to install a new septic tank put into the ground depends on the amount of digging that is require to prepare the area. The project usually requires a fair amount of excavation with heavy equipment, such as a backhoe. Cost is also affected by the complexity of the job, the type of system installed, and the size and makeup of the tank. Septic tank installation is a complicated process, and it’s essential that the job is done by a reputable professional, licensed and insured – like Saviour Septic!