Septic tank risers are now typically installed with newer systems, but many older systems do not have them. A riser is typically made from plastic or concrete, that runs vertically from the access ports of the septic tank to ground level. With a septic tank riser, minimal digging is required when pumping or evaluating issues with the system. In turn, this ultimately helps to reduce service costs.
Say goodbye to the days of digging up your yard every time you service your septic system. With a one-time installation fee, a riser will ultimately save you time, money, and effort – making it a worthwhile investment. In addition, installing a septic tank riser allows for easy visual inspection, so you can diagnose problems and see when the tank is full, even during the winter when the ground is frozen.
If you’re interested in installing a septic tank riser, contact one of our New Hampshire septic specialists today.
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Just wanted to say that Nick was a great help today. Not only did he identify the problem and drain the tank, he also showed me the flaw in my system and how to fix it. He was the one bright spot in a day filled with vacuuming up dirty water in my basement. Thanks for everything.
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Hello Felix team, I wanted to take the time to provide a "job well done" by your service Tech. "Paul" today, he was great! Very knowledgeable, explained everything to me, fast, clean, very personable. I will always recommend Felix.