What Does It Mean To Have A Code-Complying Septic Design?
Just as your home or office building has building codes, your septic system has guidelines as well. In order to ensure the safety of your household and the surrounding community, codes are in place to direct technicians who are installing your wastewater facilities. A code-complying design safeguards groundwater that directly affects wildlife and the public’s drinking water.
An important component of owning a code-complying system is using a certified company to do the installation. Our EarthCare engineers and field specialists are expertly trained and carry all the necessary certifications to make sure every job is done with careful attention to detail. A system that is installed incorrectly can fail right away resulting in costly repairs and potential harm to the environment. But, a septic system done right and up to code will last a lifetime as long as you maintain it responsibly.
What Does Responsible Maintenance Entail?
It’s pretty simple to maintain your septic system, especially if you enlist the help of a reliable service provider. First and foremost, you want to have your septic tank pumped every 1-2 years depending on your water consumption. Other responsible actions include using bacterial additives and doing away with harsh chemicals in your home. You might also consider periodic inspections or drain cleaning. An EarthCare technician can evaluate your home and determine the best plan of action for keeping your septic tank working efficiently.
Whether you are just starting out and need a reliable team to install your septic system, or you desire trouble-free maintenance for your current system, Contact Us. Discover why we are the industry’s top environmental service provider.