Who Needs A Septic System?

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If you’re in the market for purchasing either a new lot, or simply an outdated property, something that may not be on the forefront of your mind would be the installation or inspection of a septic system. However, unless you’re planning on making midnight trips across the lawn to use the outhouse, a septic system will more than likely be the answer for you.

If the property in question is a vacant lot, you’ll need to find out whether or not a sewer system is already available. If the lot is in an urban location, odds are that a public system will be accessible to you. Public sewer systems have the benefits of not needing personal maintenance, however they do often charge a monthly fee to the city. Different areas often charge separately for water and sewage, while other cities combine the two costs.

On the other hand, a property that is in a rural location will generally not have the option of a public system. Here is where a septic system steps in. Septic systems require basic maintenance, but in the long-run have fewer ongoing costs. Not to mention that there is no monthly-fee attached. A septic system uses bacteria to break down the solid waste that is located in the holding tank, and then releases the fluids into the drain field.

If your inspection reveals that there is already an existing, albeit outdated, septic tank on the location, there are further options for you to look into. Luckily, one of Canadian Septic’s specialties are updating existing systems.

With considerable experience in finding solutions to repairing and ensuring that older systems keep up with the needs of newer homes, Canadian Septic Inc. can save you money by avoiding purchasing and installing an entirely new system! 

Contact us today to speak to one of our Septic Professionals!

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