I What is a Septic System And How Does It Work?
Sewage from all Plumbing fixture in the house drains into the Septic Tank, where heavy solids settle to the bottom of the Septic Tank. Natural Bacterial action produces digested sludge and gases. The lighter solids, such as grease, oils and fats, rise to form a scum layer. Solids that are not decomposed remain in the Septic Tank. From the Septic Tank it is than sent to the Effluent Disposal Area (EDA) or Leachfield through means of gravity or Pumping.
I Septic Design Project Examples
I When do I need a State of NH Septic System Design?
Failed Septic System Signs
- High Grass with a Dark or Bright Green Color and/or Soggy Area
- Slow Drainage in Pipes and Toilets
- Unusual “gurgling” Sounds in Pipes
- Depressions in the Yard
- Unpleasant Order in or Around the House
Expanding an Existing Structure
- Expanding an Existing Structure by adding additional bedrooms or living space
- Converting an Existing Structure from Seasonal Use to Year-round Use
- Converting from a Residential use to Commercial use
Building a New House on a Vacant Parcel
- Building a New House in an Area that is not serviced by Town/City Sewer
I The Septic Design NH Procedure
Site Inspection is conducted to determine the feasibility of development and any obstacles, such as wetlands, steep slopes, ledge, well, etc.
Once the quote and deposit has been received the project will commence.
Design and drafting of the septic design will be completed by a certified septic designer using the latest technology.
Approvals will be received in the mail and will take up to two weeks from the date the submission.
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Areas Of Service
- Belknap County
- Carroll County
- Cheshire County
- Coos County
- Grafton County
- Hillsborough County
- Merrimack County
- Sullivan County
Septic Design NH License
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