Why You May Need or Have a Mound Septic System
There are three main reasons this alternative unit might be proposed:
When water isn't taken in by the soil well. During the initial preparation phases, the soil on the property will go through a percolation or perc test. During the test, the technician measures the rate at which the soil takes in water. If it drains too quick or too sluggish, the effluent will not have time to be cleansed before it reaches the water table or it may sit on the surface too long, posturing a health danger.
When the ground has permeable bedrock with insufficient soil on top.
Some sites have bedrock buried beneath the soil, which can permit the effluent a direct course to the water level. For that reason, it can easily pollute drinking water. When the water level is high. Again, if the water table is high, the soil won't have time to purify the effluent prior to it reaches the water.
Mound Septic System Installation
Knowing when an alternative style of unit is appropriate is key to keeping you and your household safe and healthy. Our partner specialists carry out various tests to make sure the best system is chosen for your needs and home requirements. They also handle all the planning, permits, and the actual installation, so you can rest simple knowing that your system will be constructed to code, in a safe and expeditious way. Know more about Atlanta Septic Tank Pros partner services here.