Septic Tank Installation
Septic tanks are important utilities for homes that aren’t connected to a municipal sewage system. Working with a high-quality septic tank installer will ensure that your home’s plumbing is taken care of safely and efficiently. This video shows how septic tank installers put a septic tank into the ground and connect it to a home.
The first thing to do is to design the septic tank. The engineers will make sure you get the maximum efficiency for your budget. They will also make sure that the specifications are in line with municipal codes. Excavation will then take place to make way for the installation.
The septic tank needs at least two ports for drainage. One will be attached to the house and used for waste removal. The plumbing lines in your home will run underground to the tank and deposit waste water for treatment.
The second drain sends the filtered water, sans solid waste, into a leeching field that is set up further away from the home. The treatment pod is a vital part of this septic tank. It removes a lot of the waste and converts it to nitrogen. The nitrogen is further filtered into a gas and released into the atmosphere.
For more information, check out the video above.