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Design & Installations

Septic System Design and Installation

Septic systems, oh how grand
Design and installation in demand
For those who need a place to go
Where all the waste can smoothly flow!
From the start, we’ll take the lead
Ensuring everything’s done with speed
And when it comes to installation time
We’ll make sure everything’s in line.
So if you’re in need of a septic fix
Give us a call, we’ll handle the tricks.
We’ll help to find the solution for you
Affordable Septic, we’ll see it through!

We specialize in
new construction, replacement
and subdivision reports.
Septic System Design and Installation

The septic system design process involves site and soil evaluation and plans prepared by a Registered Onsite Wastewater Practitioner (ROWP) Planner.

We will be on site to excavate and install septic system components, connect them to each other and to the house. Your septic system is ready to go!

Why Choose Us?

There is NO Middleman

You will deal directly with the tradespeople performing the work.

Locally Owned
and Operated


on Time


Over 25 years
Experience in the Industry

Free First Consultation

We operate in Kelowna, West Kelowna, Vernon, Lake Country, Peachland, and along Westside Road.

Comprehensive Guide

Septic Systems Design and Installation

Proper design and installation of a septic system is crucial to ensuring its long-term efficiency and preventing costly repairs and environmental damage.

Understanding Septic Systems

Before we get into the specifics of design and installation, it’s important to understand how septic systems work.

Components of a Septic System

A typical septic system consists of four main components:

  • A septic tank, which collects and stores wastewater
  • A distribution box, which distributes wastewater to the drain field
  • A drain field, which treats and disperses wastewater into the soil
  • The soil, which filters and treats the wastewater before it returns to the groundwater

Types of Septic Systems

There are several different types of septic systems available, including:

  • Conventional septic systems, which are the most common and consist of the four components listed above
  • Alternative septic systems, which use different technologies to treat and dispose of wastewater
  • Mound septic systems, which are used in areas with high groundwater or shallow soil
  • Pressure distribution systems, which use pumps to distribute wastewater evenly across the drain field

Designing a Septic System

Designing a septic system involves several key considerations, including site evaluation, system sizing, and component selection:

Site Evaluation

Before designing a septic system, it’s important to evaluate the site where it will be installed. 

  • Assessing soil type and depth
  • Evaluating the slope and topography of the site
  • Determining the location of the water table and any nearby water sources

System Sizing

Once the site has been evaluated, the next step is to determine the appropriate size for the septic system. This depends on factors such as:

  • The number of bedrooms in the home or the amount of wastewater generated by the property
  • The type of soil on the site
  • The depth of the water table

Registered Onsite Wastewater Practitioner (ROWP)

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