Our technicians have some of the best experience out of anyone in the Columbus and Phenix city area. We have installed more than 500 septic tanks in the past 20 years, so we have the in depth expertise and knowledge of how to get the job done right.
Whenever faced with an issue such as wet soil conditions, tight areas to maneuver, or uneven ground, our guys figure out the best solution for the problem as quick as possible.
We pride ourselves in being the areas best authorized septic tank installer with a wide variety of models and sizes to choose from. Not all septic tanks are the same and depending on your needs, one material and size may be better suited for your situation than another. Our specialists will survey your land and use the requirements to come up with the best recommendation for your home size, budget, and property restrictions if there are any. Our team stays on top of new advancements in septic tank technology and system architecture to ensure you're getting the best bang for your buck when installing a new septic tank.
We are committed to ensuring the long term performance and reliability of your septic tank. This is why we adhere to any warranty and maintenance requirements to keep your septic system functioning properly for the entire lifespan of the tank and all plumbing associated. Cutting corners isn't on our to do list. Before the first bucket full of dirt is scooped, we have a design for the layout of the entire system drawn out and a game plan for implementation and procedures. This includes where to install the new septic tank alarm in the house, the quality float switch, the cover extensions and more. Everything we do in the beginning phases of installation is very carefully thought out.
What to Expect from Us?
The main goal of our visit to your property is to make sure you know exactly what we are doing, how we are doing it, and leaving you feeling good about your choice to go with us. We finish each job to the highest standards, to take one more thing off your worry plate.
Before We Break Ground
The Inspection Process:
After you've spoken with one of our representatives to schedule a time for an inspection, we will send a technician out to your property to survey the land. This technician will discuss with you things such as the location of the tank, tank alarm, septic tank float switch, control panel, the leach field location, lid placement, and much more. The technician will mark off where the water, electrical, and plumbing lines are located to avoid them. Septic tank system design is especially important when dealing with residential properties due to the tight spaces.
Post Inspection Topics:
After the job is done, our technician will discuss with you proper maintenance requirements and care. This will be a thorough explanation of how to get the most out of your tank for the longest time possible. There is also the issue of where to put the dirt from the tank hole. This can be spread, hauled off, or simply left to the side somewhere.