How To Install A Septic Tank Field Line Sewer System

Septic system installation is not something that is widely considered a DIY project. It’s possible to rent heavy equipment roughly anywhere you might be. That doesn’t always guarantee that you’ll know how to use it. It’s likely that you’ll need access to professional help if you want to be successful at laying your own septic tank field or connecting to the sewer system.

Working with the team will ensure that a soil expert will be able to evaluate the site, an engineer can design an appropriate system upon which the contract will be able to connect up to your pipes. You may even need access to an electrician to install timers and pumps as required. Most local health authorities would not only recommend but require licensed personnel to complete inspection before your sewer system is approved.

Even once you have a plan that’s been approved by an engineer, the installation process is never cut and dry. Installing your own septic components results in a chance for a system malfunction, poor drainage, ineffective plumbing for the house, and contamination into the local water table. Choosing professional help is one of the best ways that you can make sure the process can be understood and executed accordingly. You’ll need to have the system inspected at each stage and make sure the system is not backfilled until it’s deemed completely legal.

If you’re interested in getting a septic tank installed or a field line sewage system hookup, trust the professionals today with your septic tank installation process.

This post was written by Tanner Brown. Tanner is the Owner and operator of Greenbar Excavation. Greenbar Excavation is a fully licensed, insured, and accredited Excavation company based in Prineville, Oregon. Greenbar Excavation is one of the top companies for Septic pumping in Central Oregon. Don’t look further, go with the company with your best interest in mind!

 

 

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