As a licensed septic installer, we install all types of septic systems authorized in Texas : aerobic, low pressure dose and conventional (gravity flow).
Step 1 – Site Evaluation & Septic Design
You will need an engineer to conduct a site evaluation and develop a septic design. If you don’t have an engineer in place to assist you with this, we can refer you to one and assist you through the process. These engineers have to be licensed as a sanitarian or a professional engineer (PE).
Step 2 – Quoting
Once the site evaluation and design is complete, we will quote the system.
Step 3 – Permitting
The permit process takes 3-6 weeks. We guide our clients through this process and help with answering all the necessary questions in a timely manner to keep your project on track.
Step 4 – Construction
Construction is a 7-14 day process (generally) depending on weather and what is required by the county’s inspectors.
Step 5 – Connect
The last step of the process is to connect the septic system to the building and test it.
New Home Septic Tip
People are often surprised by the cost of installing a septic system. BEFORE you start construction on your new home, have an engineer quote septic installation. Too many of our customers have waited until construction was underway or the house was built to start the septic phase, only to find that they did not budget sufficiently.