Homes that are not connected to a centralized sewer system have a problem to solve: how to deal with the waste and wastewater generated? Unless you have the capability of extending the centralized system to reach your home, then you will need a wastewater treatment system installation. Concord residents have the option of calling Septic Blue for a septic tank installation. Our septic professionals have all of the necessary expertise and equipment to make your septic tank installation in Concord a seamless process. Call Septic Blue now to speak with a live representative and schedule your flexible appointment. We are ready and happy to help.
What Is A Septic System?
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, over 20 percent of households in the United States depend on an onsite wastewater treatment system installation. This is exactly what a septic system is. Septic systems are installed on the property and treat wastewater from household plumbing appliances and fixtures. They are also called private sewage systems, onsite wastewater treatment systems, and cluster systems.
How Does A Septic System Work?
As waste and wastewater leaves your building, they enter the septic tank through inlet pipes. They then form three layers in the septic tank: a top layer of scum, a middle layer of wastewater, and a bottom layer of solid waste. Also in the septic tank are good bacteria and crucial chemicals that break down solid waste into sludge. While the solid waste is broken down, the liquid effluent, or wastewater, is discharged through perforated pipes. The wastewater percolates through the soil in an area called the drain field.
Taking Care of Your Septic System
Your Concord septic tank installation takes care of the hard work, but it needs to be well taken care of. You should be even more careful in a home with a septic system than you would in a home connected to a centralized sewer system. Do not toss foreign objects in your toilets. Do not pour fats, oils, and greases into your kitchen sinks. Do not overwhelm your septic system with excess wastewater. Do not use chemical cleaners or anti-bacterial soap that can threaten the vital good bacteria in the septic tank. Finally, be sure to have your septic regularly inspected and cleaned out once every three years. Our septic professionals can help with that as well.
Ready to Get Started?
If you are ready to get started on your Concord septic tank installation, then give Septic Blue a call. Our friendly professionals are always ready to answer any of your questions and concerns. They can help you schedule a flexible appointment that best fits your calendar. Remember to explore our website to find applicable coupons and discounts and ask our courteous professional about ongoing promotional offers. You can also schedule your appointment online through our website. We strive to make your septic tank installation as simple as possible. Our septic professionals will arrive at your property on time, with professional attire, and a smile on their face. Lets get started. We are ready when you are.