Septic Installs Just for You!
Whether you are building a new home or replacing an old system, count on Myers Septic for proper septic system installation that will last generations. Our highly-trained professionals have experience with all kinds of tanks, tank sizes, and drain field locations. We will guide you through our installation process the entire time to ensure that you are provided with the best updates and quality installation.
What is a Septic System?
Septic systems are structures placed underground that filter, collect, and dispose of sewage from your home or business. A septic tank can be described as a watertight container where the solids settle at the bottom, and the liquid wastewater exits the tank and into the drain field. A drain field is a series of shallow trenches that allows the treated wastewater to percolate through the soil. The soil then treats the wastewater for harmful bacteria and chemicals.
About Our Tanks
At Myers Septic Service, we source the best, high-quality materials and install per manufacture specification. With a revolutionary improvement in plastic septic tank design, long-term strength, and weathertightness guarantee, we look to Infiltrator. Infiltrator Tanks are lightweight, durable, and provide a faster installation. Every Infiltrator septic tank we install comes with a Five-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty.
Our concrete tanks are sourced from the best of the best, Shoaf Precast. Concrete septic tanks produced by Shoaf Precast are known for their superior strength, durability, and longevity.
Maintenance and Repair
We can all agree that preventative care is better than reactive care, but we also know that sometimes things happen that are unexpected. Having regular septic inspections can help increase the life span of your system and results in early problem detection and resolution. Septic tank cleanings are also a great way to extend the life of your septic system and prevent any problems.
If a problem arises with your septic system do not delay to call our team of professionals at Myers Septic. No matter how big or small the problem with your system might be, we can diagnose the problem. If you suspect that you are having problems with your system call our experts at 704-633-3962 for a fast a free estimate today!
Septic tank installations should always be left to the professionals, like our guys at Myers Septic. Prior to your septic tank installation, Myers Septic employees will come out to your home and analyze the topography and soils in which you plan to place your tank and septic drain field. This might seem like an unimportant task, but our crew makes sure to do this to make sure your ground is suitable for the type of septic tank being used and the type of equipment being implemented into the ground.
First things first, the soil type needs to be identified. We will make sure to excavate some of your land with test pits and check out the different soil types. We will look for something called hydraulic loading, which is when we look at different horizons and look for restrictive layers to see how the water will pass through the depths of soil as well as how quick the water will be able to flow through the system. By knowing this, we are able to calculate the rates associated with each soil type. Percolation testing helps determine how quickly the water is absorbed into the soil.
After that, we will check to make sure there is nothing holding us back from installing your new septic system! For instance, making sure no bedrock or layers of soil are proven to be impermeable, check for waterways, high water tables, culverts, riparian areas, easements, and more.
Then finally, Myers Septic will make sure your yard has enough space to do a septic tank installation. There are several different aspects that go into a septic install, but making sure the tank will fit in your yard will make it a successful installation.
But before calling our guys at Myers Septic to come out for an installation, there are a few things you need to research to ensure things go as smooth as possible. First, make sure you have checked with your local jurisdiction to ensure that you are meeting the local standards and have acquired any permits that you may need. You also need to contact your local utility companies like phone, gas, cable, electric, and water. The last thing you want to do is dig and damage any utility materials that are already installed or you may be responsible for paying for the damages. This can vary from house to house so do your research beforehand to make sure our team can quickly install your tank with as few hiccups as possible.
Call our experienced team at 704-633-3962 to receive a fast and free estimate for your septic system installation.