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Why You’ll Want a Septic Tank Riser

Tank Riser

Investing in your septic tank may not be as exciting as a new car or as glamorous as designer shoes, but being a homeowner means it’s a priority. As your local septic system experts, trust us when we say a septic tank riser should be right at the top of your shopping list—here’s why.

Saves You Time

Do you have all day to waste searching for your septic tank? Probably not. Some people even resort to a map or look for dead spots on their lawn to reveal the tank’s location, but these can often be inaccurate clues. Installing what is called a septic tank riser, or long tube that connects the septic to the surface, takes care of this. The riser simply connects to a round lid that lays flush with the ground, which makes finding the septic tank a quick and easy process.

Saves You Money

So, you’ve decided not to waste your time going on a scavenger hunt for the elusive tank and hire your trusted septic company to handle it for you. Smart move! Unfortunately, they may still charge you a “finder” fee to locate the tank. Additionally, if the tank is buried deep in the ground, you may also be charged a “digging” fee. And yes, all these costs will start to add up. That’s why when you elect to install a septic tank riser, you can get rid of those nuisance extra fees, so all you’ll be paying for is spectacular service.

Saves Your Lawn

Did someone say digging? Without a septic tank riser, you or your septic company will need to dig up your well-manicured lawn to reach the lid of the tank. In fact, this process will have to be done for all yearly septic pumping and any maintenance needed. So save your time, money, and lawn by just throwing in a septic tank riser. You’ll thank us later.

Ready to make your septic system (and life) a little easier? Fill out our contact form or call us at (603) 945-7355 to get started.

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