Septic System Installation Odessa, Tx

If you are in need of high quality, reliable, & affordable septic system installation in Odessa, Tx, we have a solution for you! Our highly-skilled plumbing team has decades of experience in the design, planning, layout, & installation of septic systems.

We proudly hold Installer I and II, Site Evaluation, and Maintenance Provider licenses in the state of Texas. From Standard Absorptive systems to advanced Aerobic systems, residential or commercial properties, we can handle it al! Give us a call today to discuss your septic system installation or repair project and discover why more customers choose Action Air & Plumbing over any other plumbing service in Odessa.

How To Choose The Right Septic System For Your Property

Having a new septic system installed is no small project. That’s why experience & dedication to the craft is so important in selecting a company to perform yours. Whenever we receive a call from an Odessa resident regarding a septic system installation we are more than happy to walk them through the process of selecting the system that is right for their property!

From the layout and design of the system, to the installation process and timeline to completion, along with all costs associated., our team will make sure you have all of the information necessary to make the decisions that are right for you!

 

Want a head start? Below are a couple of factors you can begin considering today, that will help make your septic system installation project in Odessa easier:

  • The Type of Pump: When we talk about septic systems the first item that comes to mind is the pump. You have two choices here, centrifugal and turbine pumps. Turbine pumps are valued for their longevity & reliability but come with a higher price tag than their centrifugal counterpart. Your budget will usually determine which option is best for you in the pump department.
  • The Septic Tank Design: Terrain, location, soil type: these are just a few of the factors that will determine the tank that is right for your property.
  • Septic Tank Size: The common size range for a residential septic tank is 750 to 1250 gallons. Your home’s daily water usage, number of bathrooms, and family size will help us to determine the tank size that is appropriate for you.
    • A general guide for tank size as compared to house size is outlined below:
      • 1,250 gallons: This size suits a 4-bedroom house that is 3,600 sq. ft. or smaller.
      • 1,000 gallons: This tank is suitable for a 3-bedroom house that is 2,500 sq. ft. or smaller.
      • 750 gallons: This size works for 1- and 2-bedroom houses that are 1,500 sq. ft. or smaller.

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    HOW SEPTIC SYSTEMS WORK

    Septic systems are best described as underground wastewater treatment systems. They are most commonly used in rural areas and smaller towns like Odessa. Larger cities tend to have public sewer systems that do not require individual property owners who live within certain city limits to maintain septic tanks on their property. For the rest of us, septic systems are a must.

    Septic systems utilize a combination of natural movement & modern technology to treat wastewater from household plumbing produced by bathroom sinks, toilets, laundry, and kitchen drains. The most common septic system we install will consist of a septic tank, used for the storage of wastewater, and a soil abosorption field.

    The tank itself is responsible for digesting organic matter and separating out matter that floats such as oils, grease, and solids from within the wastewater. When a soil-based septic system is installed, liquid is discharged from the septic tank into perforated pipes that are buried in a leach field.

    Other systems utilize pumps or gravity itself to move effluent (treated wastewater) through sand, or other organic matter. This removes or at least neutralizes pollutants like nitrogen, pathogens, phosphorus, and other contaminants from the water.

    Call us at (432) 620-8900 to discuss your septic system installation in Odessa or any of it’s surrounding areas. We are standing by ready to answer any questions you may have. The call is free and our estimates are always free!