Septic System Installation
Installing a new septic system may seem like a daunting task, but it need not be. We work with new home builders, engineers, or our own design team to plan the septic system that will fit your needs and budget.
Septic System Design
For over 50 years, Weber Environmental Services has been designing custom septic systems for both commercial and residential clients. After the design work is complete, we also handle all of the installation services needed. No matter what your needs may be, our designs can be customized to nearly every shape and size, and they can include leaching beds, trenches, sewage treatment plants, and other features.
Septic system design for your home or business is a detailed process. There are a number of factors which a site evaluation encompasses, including:
- Lot size or space available
- Type of soil/clay/rock where the septic system will reside
- Location of water table
- Proximity of wells/swimming pools/other features
- Perceived septic system usage – size of home or business/daily water usage
We discuss the plan with you and with the engineer (when engineering is required) to ensure that you understand all of the options. We do our best to help you select a system that fits your needs and any future plans you might have, such as installing a pool, or any future additions to your home.
Once the design is complete, and the permits are approved, it’s time to break ground. Before any digging begins, however, we confirm that the area has been inspected and marked for all public service lines (phone, cable, and gas for example), so all excavation is performed safely. If locates for private buried services are required, we can assist with those as well.
Using specialized equipment, our highly trained technicians can excavate the area for your septic system quickly and efficiently, reducing the amount of disruption at your home or business.
How Long Does it Take?
With optimal conditions, a septic system install from excavation to inspection will take approximately two to three days; however, weather conditions, type of soil, access to the selected area, complexity of the septic design, and other factors may increase that estimate.