What kind of System should I have?
A Septic System is designed to accept the maximum anticipated waste usage for your household. Soil types, depth to seasonal water table, slope of the land, and bodies of water, such as streams or lakes are all factored into the equation.
Land with heavy clay soils, seasonal high water tables, flooding conditions, poor drainage or steep slopes limit the suitability of a site for waste water disposal. If these conditions are severe, non-conventional septic systems such as pressurized systems, mounds, or drip irrigation may be required. We work closely with local Health Departments to determine the best suitable system for you application.
What is required before installation?
For new and replacement systems a permit has to be applied for in your local county. We can take care of the complete permitting process, or the homeowner can contact the local Health Dept. The Health Dept. will charge an application fee for the permit which covers soil and sight analysis, and a final inspection before the installed system is backfilled.
Where you go to get the paperwork to get started
St Joseph County
Van Buren County
As part of our ongoing commitment to provide professional services, all our equipment has rubber tracks to minimize site disturbance and damage. We pride ourselves in keeping our equipment and job sites clean.
To schedule service call (269) 445-7777