Many people flush their toilet, take a shower and wash their dishes not thinking about where everything ends up. Many people take these features of living for granted, and truth is we would all be lost without our daily shower. Its important to understand the ins and outs of your septic system and what is good and bad for it.
Septic System Design
Although we do not do the septic design ourselves, we use local, licensed soil scientists and designers. The designers we use take pride and careful consideration for each individual homeowners needs. Each set of plans are designed to be the most effective for each situation. The consideration for size, location, costs, and aesthetics are all taken into account during the design process. Septic systems can sometimes be placed in multiple locations on your property, however, the question is which spot is the most cost effective, the best location and size for now and a potential re-sale of your property? The soil scientists we use can determine this information by completing an onsite analysis and digging a test pit. For more detailed information on the septic system design visit our Septic Design page.
Choosing the right professional septic installer for your project can sometimes be difficult. When you choose a company to complete your project its important that they are knowledgeable about the different types of septic systems, how they function and have hands on experience in the field. Choosing David O'Neil Construction, LLC for your new septic installation or repairs is the right choice. We are licensed to install septic systems in the state of New Hampshire and are fully insured. For more detail on the installation process and different types of septic system we install visit our Septic Installation page.
Septic Operation, Care, Maintence & Use
Households that are not served by public sewer usually depend on septic systems to treat and dispose of wastewater. Septic systems represent a significant financial investment. If cared for properly, a well-designed, installed, and maintained system will provide years of reliable, low-cost service. Septic system life expectancy is based on variables which include, but are not limited to care, maintenance and use. Every septic system should be cared for properly, meaning that the system should be used only for its intended purposes. For more in-depth details visit our Septic Operation, Care, Maintenance & Use page.