It’s time for a new septic tank installation, and you want to know how much it will cost. It might not come as a surprise that the cost of septic tank installations varies from one home to the next. In order to determine your cost, you need to look at a couple of factors. Then, you’ll be ready to move forward with your installation.
- Tank Size- First and foremost, you need to think of the size of the tank you need. This typically comes down to the size of the house. If you have a three- or a four-bedroom house, you’ll probably just need a 1,050-gallon septic tank. You’ll need another 500 gallons if you have a five-bedroom house, though. If you have an eight-bedroom home, you’ll be looking at an even larger tank. Talk with a technician from our team at Southern Water and Soil to find out how big of a tank you need. Our technicians are skilled at septic tank installations, so we will know exactly how big of a tank you need.
- Preparation- You also have to consider the amount of preparation that will have to be done during the septic tank installation. Some septic tank installations are on new construction sites, so they require minimal excavation. Others require that the technicians dig up the landscaping. That will factor into the price of the installation.
Instead of trying to guess how much the installation will cost, contact us at Southern Water and Soil so you can get an estimate. With the help of senior, military, and teacher discounts, you might be able to save some money on your septic tank installation.