Septic Tank Installation

Septic systems separate solid wastes from the water used in your home, then allow the treated water to drain away. Whether you are building a new home or replacing the septic tank in an older one, A-1 Septic Tank Service, Inc. can help you with septic tank treatment, septic tank installation, septic tank inspection, and septic tank maintenance near San Francisco.


How can we help with septic tank installations?

If you need septic tank system installation in San Francisco, there are several steps involved. A septic tank installer can help you through this process to ensure you get the right system for your home installed quickly and properly. Here are some factors to consider:



Before installation could begin, a permit may be needed to install a new septic system, depending on the property and the system’s design.


The old septic system will need to be removed before installation of a new system. Additional excavation may be needed to accommodate a new tank and pipes.


After the excavation, our technicians try to take extra precautions to preserve as much of your property's landscaping as possible.


Once the site has been prepared, the septic tank and all associated plumbing and drainage pipes are installed. Gravel may be packed around drainpipes to provide stability.

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Articles about Septic Installation

Our team can help you with from planning and design to the first flush. Give us a call if you are looking to install a new septic system or replace your current one.

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A-1 Septic Tank Service, Inc.

We take pride in our work.

Septic tanks aren’t designed to last indefinitely. With regular septic tank pumping and maintenance, your septic tank could last an average of 20-40 years. However, one of the key factors in your septic system’s longevity is its installation.

A septic system that is not properly designed and installed by an experienced septic professional will neither perform its function adequately nor last as long as you expect, resulting in the need for premature septic tank repairs or replacement or septic tank maintenance.

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