There are many different types of septic systems on the market. Determining which type you’ll be required to have depends on the county & state regulations as well as the condition of your property and household size.
Types of Systems We Install
If you’re considering building a new home or perhaps buying a lot as your future residence, you may want to consult with us on determining what type of septic system will need to be installed.
There are many different factors that determine what type of system you will be required to have in place. Most of these are going to be subject to the state and local county regulations and requirements.
We have the experience to install any type of septic system as well as help assist you with the most efficient and cost effective solutions.
The following are the types of septic systems we install in Branson.
Conventional or Standard Systems
Conventional septic systems or otherwise known by most as standard or basic, is the most common type that homeowners are required to have installed.
The two main components of this type of system include a septic tank and lateral lines. Missouri now has a minimum 1,000 gallon standard size requirement for septic tanks subject to the amount of bedrooms your residence serves.
There are several different applications for your lateral lines when it comes to a conventional system. We can evaluate your property and soil conditions to determine which lateral field (leach field) is right for your conditions.
Advanced Treatment Septic Systems
Another form of system is an advanced treatment system. Some refer to this as an aerobic septic system or an aerated system.
These are especially common for homes near or on Table Rock Lake due to the regulating authorities requiring a higher level of sewage treatment.
Our expertise as a Missouri licensed advanced treatment installer is in the design and installation of your system. We measure each components capabilities accurately to ensure that your system will operate and function long term.
Sewage Treatment Plants
Learn more about our installations and repair for sewage treatment plants.
Centralized or De-Centralized Community Septic System
Centralized and de-centralized community septic systems serve numerous homes connected to a collection system and a sewage treatment facility. These can be found at subdivisions, RV parks, mobile home parks and condo associations.
Two to three residences on one shared septic system.
Private Septic System or Lagoon
Single residence with it’s own sewage treatment on same property.
At Envirotek our service technicians are licensed and trained to install any type of septic system. For your next installation, repair or maintenance requirement contact us for professional service.