There are many septic systems scattered throughout Florida because not everyone is tapped into municipal wastewater systems. This isn’t a bad thing, since the long-term cost of septic tank installation and maintenance is less than the monthly cost of using a municipal wastewater system. If you can opt for septic tank installation, there is a good chance that you should.
Some people will turn to septic systems to get off the grid. However, local regulations will have to be checked before doing this to ensure compliance. Some municipalities require connection with the public wastewater system.
When you opt for septic tank installation, you also have full control over your wastewater. No one else but you and your septic tank installers know what’s going on. When you have Sam and the rest of our crew at Brandon Septic install your system, you have partners who will help you ensure your system remains in good working condition. This includes making sure the system is pumped regularly.
With a septic system, you get the one-on-one support that you don’t get when you are using a municipal wastewater system. When using the municipal system, any problems that occur within your home are usually deemed your problem unless it is determined the failure was on the municipality’s end. This can be challenging, which is why it is ideal for you to have control over your own system.