Septic System Process

A septic system is a way to treat your wastewater
when you are not connected to a sewer.
It consists of a septic tank(s), possibly a treatment plant and a network of pipes that distribute the treated water into the soil.
Installing a septic system requires planning, permits and professional help.
We need to do a site evaluation and a soil test to determine the best location and design for your system.
We also need to follow the local regulations and guidelines for minimum separation distances and best management practices.
A septic system is a significant investment, so you should be well informed before making your choice.

We simplify your septic system project!

First Onsite Consultation

During our on-site visit, we will discuss your preferred septic system location, the total space available for the distribution field, as well as anything else needed to help us design the perfect septic system for your property. MORE INFO ➜


We provide you a short questionnaire in which we gather up all the necessary information required for us to choose the correct design flow as well as decide the appropriate sewage strength for your project. This will help us to customize a solution that meets your specific needs and budget.

Soil Assessment

The design of your septic system depends on the soils’ characteristics and any site challenges. We will dig test pits and percolation holes on your property to identify these factors. This will help us determine the size and distribution method of the field. Misidentified soils can cause premature failures of septic systems.

Septic System Design and Filing

Our experienced designer uses the results of the soil analysis along with household data and equipment specs to develop plans for a system that will work great for you – whether that’s a conventional system or an advanced treatment system. We prepare the design and submit plans to the Health Authority for approval. Once we have received the stamped filing back, we will provide it to you. With this document in hand, you are now ready for your building permit application submission.

Septic System Installation

The last step is to place and connect the septic tank and the drain field to the house plumbing. We carefully excavate the site and position the components according to the design plan. We then inspect and test the system to ensure it is working properly and meets all the codes and regulations. Our team of experts is committed to delivering quality work and customer satisfaction on every project. MORE INFO ➜

Commissioning and Certification

A new septic system requires proper documentation and commissioning to ensure its safety and functionality. We will create an as-built drawing and a maintenance plan for your septic system and upload them to the Health Authority. We will also obtain a Certification Letter that you can use for your final building inspection. You can trust us to complete the documentation and commissioning of your new septic system with professionalism and care.

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