No septic tank is built to last forever. If your old tank gets too old, it won’t be able to function as well as it used to. Only so much can be done short of a full replacement. It’s not like you’re stuck with the septic tank that came with your home. Whatever your reason for wanting a new septic tank, Maui Pumping Services can make your dream a reality. Read on to learn more about septic tank installation.
Can you Switch from a Cesspool to a Septic Tank?
Homes that cannot connect to municipal sewer systems will either have their home connected to a cesspool or a septic tank. If you already have a cesspool but are considering a septic tank, think of it as an upgrade. Because septic tanks let most of the water that flows into them out into the ground, they don’t fill up as quickly as cesspools. This water helps keep plants in the drain field healthy.
To switch from a cesspool, you will need to have your cesspool pumped, dug out, removed, and replaced with a septic tank and the system of drainage pipes it needs to operate. This may sound like a lot, but the professionals at Maui Pumping Services have all the equipment needed to make it happen.
Installing a Septic Tank While Renovating
If you are renovating your home, you could consider a septic tank upgrade as part of your renovation. Since many other parts of your home may be under construction, you likely won’t mind some more, especially since it all happens outside.
Install a new Septic Tank as your Family Grows
When your household size changes, you may need a larger septic tank. If you have had family members move in, or welcomed new children into the home, your septic tank may need to be upgraded. If you don’t you will probably notice that your septic tank needs to be pumped more frequently anyway, so why not upgrade first so you don’t need to have your system pumped as often? Call now for a free estimate!