When it comes to commercial septic tank installation, there are several key factors to consider. You need to not only choose the right size septic tank, but also the right size and configuration for your septic drain field. The best way to ensure that the components of your septic system work together is to have it professionally designed and installed.
Commercial septic tanks are usually larger than residential septic tanks because they have a larger volume of waste to handle. Whereas a home might only have one or two bathrooms, a business could have six, eight, or a dozen bathrooms—maybe more. You also have to take into account the number of sinks in the building, as well as any laundry facilities. Each time one of your employees flushes the toilet or runs a sink, the waste and some of the water will flow into your septic system for processing.
In addition to making sure that your septic system is sized appropriately for your business, you also want to be sure it is made from high-quality materials, so it will last. Commercial septic tank installation involves digging holes into the property to bury the components, which means they won’t be easy to access for repairs. Investing in high-quality and durable materials will help to prevent the need for frequent repairs and replacements.
At Southern Water and Soil, we have experience dealing with all of the most popular septic tank brands and designs. If you need to hire someone to perform your commercial septic tank installation, make us your first call.