Septic Tank Installation
Many things around a home can seem overwhelming, but none more than installing a new septic tank. Where do you start? Who do you call? Septic Tank Installation. Call Brantley Septic, for customized installation, specialize repair, quality products and exceptionally friendly service. Brantley Septic has been the one to rely on with more than five decades of septic tank experience, and we have extensive first-hand knowledge of the area. We understand its unique topographical features and the specific requirements and regulations ensuring your septic system works as efficiently as possible and meets or exceeds local standards.
Specialized Septic Tank Installation
Brantley Septic offers specialized installation of all types of septic tanks and systems, including specialty systems, such as mounded, pressure dosing, and infiltrator systems, as well as expansions for new home additions or outdated systems. Moreover, we offer part replacement and septic repair, which includes fixing your broken lines, worn baffles and Ts, aged seepage pits, etc. Our customized approach makes our services the perfect fit for residential, commercial and industrial properties, whether a new system installation is need or specialized repairs for a unique situation.
- We are fully certified for your protection.
- We offer convenient service hours to accommodate your schedule.
- We have more than 5 decades of regional experience.
- We use top-quality brands to increase your property value.
Septic Tank Installation Points to Consider
When considering septic tank installation, the following things are important:
Pump type: An important part of your septic system, the pump is keeps waste moving freely and prevents blockages. The two types of septic pumps are centrifugal and turbine. Typically, turbine pumps are inclined to be more reliable, but are also more expensive. Let your budget determine which option is right for you.
Tank design: There are several different septic tank designs commonly used. Your soil is the main determining factor. Whether your soil coarse and gravelly, sandy or heavier in clay minerals, this knowledge beforehand will help in the choice an appropriate system.
Size: Size is the most important consideration in designing and installing a new septic tank. Daily water usage determines what size of septic tank you need, though for most properties, your tank should be at least 1000 gallons. For larger families or buildings using a lot of water (500+ gallons a day), a larger tank is a wise investment.
We are proud to offer septic system installation. When you contract Brantley Septic to build and install your new septic system, you’ll have the benefit of fair pricing, quick, attentive service and quality workmanship that’s guaranteed to get it right the first time.
For first class customer service, can count on Brantley Septic, the septic system design and installation specialization for residents and business owners! (252) 478-3721