Septic Tank Replacement - Septic Tank Services of Mobile AL

Replacing Septic Tank
Replacing Septic Tank

Is it time for you to replace your old septic tank?

Septic tanks are similar to roofs - if you do it right, you'll probably only have to do this once every few decades. However, because the replacement of a septic tank occurs so infrequently it is often difficult to know exactly which parts of the septic system need to be replaced, which permits are needed for the work, and which materials are best. Call Septic Tank Services of Mobile Alabama to get the professional septic tank services you need - from regular maintenance and septic pumping, to big and small repairs, and even septic tank replacement and installation needs.

Septic System Permits

Often, people don't realize that municipalities may treat your major septic system component replacements as if they were new septic systems. Regulations may require you to prove the septic tank is a safe distance from the house and your potable water source, and explain where all the septic components may go. Call us today and schedule service with expert septic technicians who know what permits are required in and around Mobile County Alabama and the surrounding areas, so you don't have to spend time researching codes to make sure you're in compliance.

Sizing Your Replacement Septic Tank

If you haven't had septic tank size issues, like overflows or frequent pumping, you can probably get the same size septic tank you are currently using. A typical small family residential septic system is about 1,000 gallons. However, there are many different choices, and we can help you choose the correct size.

Septic Tank Material

You have several materials to choose from for your septic tank. Our technicians can recommend one based on your soil, anticipated use, local laws and other factors. The most common septic tank materials are plastic, steel, fiberglass and concrete. Fiberglass and concrete are the most popular choices.

Preparation for replacing your septic tank

When you work with a reputable installer, everything is controlled from start to finish. You will not have to worry about the logistics of removing the old tank, what to do with it, or integrating the new septic tank into the current sewage system. Choose a company that works with septic systems and has the expertise and years of experience to back it up. If your septic tank is starting to have problems and is acting up due to aging or a broken tank, our experienced septic technicians will get you up and running in no time.

Call us to set up an appointment - have a professional assess your septic situation, and help you to decide whether you need a new septic tank instead of a septic repair.