Septic Tank System Installation

Septic Tank Installation in Woodstock & North Atlanta GA

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The Best Septic Tank Installation in the North Atlanta GA Area

Whether you’re building a new home or require a new septic tank to be installed, it’s vital that you choose a reputable company to do the job. There are sons of different codes and regulations that a septic system installation needs to follow. Failure to follow these codes can result in expensive fines. To ensure you receive the best installation of your septic tank, you need to trust in the services of The Original Plumber. Here’s what you need to know about our septic tank installation in North Atlanta GA.

Why You Need A Septic Tank

Most homes that are in an urban area have a set of choices when it comes to handling their waste. They can either hook their sewer up to the city’s sewer line or they can have a septic tank installed. In some cases, your home may be forced to hook up to the city’s sewer due to sanitary regulations.

If you’re given a choice, however, you might want to opt for a septic tank. There are several advantages that a septic tank has over a public sewer. One of them is that you don’t have to pay for using the sewer every month. Many cities charge their residents when they hook up to the sewer.

Those charges may be hidden in your water bill. For example, they may charge you extra whenever you use water that’s pumped outside.

With a septic tank system, all you need to do is pay for the installation and to have it pumped out on occasion. That’s a good deal of savings in your pocket.

Another advantage of a septic tank over a public sewer is that if something is wrong with your tank, you don’t have to wait for the city to send someone over to check it out. You can simply call our professional team to take a look at your tank instead. With a public sewer, you may need to wait days before a city official can make it to your residence. By that time, who knows what’s happened to your plumbing.

A private septic tank allows you to receive quick service that can save your plumbing.

Steps of a Septic Installation

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There are a few steps involved in the installation process of a septic tank. They proceed as follows:

1. Site Evaluation
2. Tank Design
3. Health Department Approval
4. Septic System Installation
5. Operation

Here are those steps in greater detail.

Site Evaluation

Before septic installation can begin, the site first needs to be evaluated. This involves a site evaluator who will check your property out. In particular, they want to make sure that the soil is healthy enough to be used as a drain field. There are a lot of variables that can determine whether or not your property can host a septic tank.

Tank Design

Once the evaluator deems that your property’s soil is acceptable for a septic tank, then the design occurs. There are several different types and sizes of septic tanks. Depending on the size of the available drain field, the size of the property, and the needs of the house, the engineer will then design the best septic system for your property.

Health Department Approval

One important part of the process for septic installation in North Atlanta GA is approval from the local health department. Installation cannot begin until a representative of the health department checks over the evaluator’s and engineer’s findings. They’re basically called in to make sure that the septic tank matches the codes in your county and city. After they give their sign of approval, septic tank installation can begin.

Septic System Installation

After the permits have been printed and given, we can finally start to install your septic tank. This process involves digging into the ground and laying out the plumbing for your waste to make it to the tank. Depending on the complexity of the installation, and a few other variables, our septic system installation can take anywhere from a day to a few days.


After we’ve finished our installation, we’ll first run a few tests to make sure it has been installed correctly. This is a step that not every company takes. We want to make sure our customers are satisfied with our work. We won’t consider the job done until we’ve met your standards.

If the septic tank passes our inspection and test, then it’s ready to be used. We’ll make sure you understand how your septic system works and when you should think about ordering maintenance for it.

Otherwise, you’re free to use your brand new septic system.

Why You Should Choose Our Septic Installation and Replacement Services

We know there are several other plumbers in the area who may be able to offer septic tank installation. Yet they’re not always inexperienced. Installing a septic tank isn’t an easy task. It requires a lot of dedication and hard work. We’ve been installing septic systems for homeowners for several years.

During that time, we’ve been met with challenges and learned new ways to adapt and overcome them. That’s the experience you can’t buy anywhere else. When you want to make sure that your septic tank is installed correctly, we’re the ones to call.

You can also expect affordable pricing. Septic tank installation can be expensive in North Atlanta GA. Before you think you can’t afford it for your home, you should take a look at our prices. We offer competitive pricing on all of our services. We want to make sure that you receive the care you need without breaking the bank.

Contact Our Team of Experienced  Septic Tank Installation Contractors Today

If you want to experience the freedom and cost-savings of a septic tank, then give our team a call. We’ll go over the process with you that will allow you to understand how our installation works. By the time we’re done with our installation, you’re going to love how smoothly your plumbing system works.

Don’t think too much about the septic tank installation cost. Contact us today to get your FREE ESTIMATE.

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