Septic Systems Design & Installation
At CHR Construction, we also offer residential septic system design and installation work for new construction and for the replacement of existing systems. We understand how much disruption a failing septic system brings to a household. That’s why we’re committed to being as efficient as possible, and will work hard to get your home back to normal. When you work with us, you’ll receive quality septic work at an affordable price.
Our service area includes 50 mile radius of Sabin, MN (Barnesville, Fargo/Moorhead, Casselton, Wahpeton/Breckenridge, Detroit Lakes, Lake Park Audobon, Leonard Harwood, Reiles Acres, Horace, Glyndon, Hawley and any rural or lakes area property that falls within the radius). Free estimates include a site visit, discussing project parameters of Septic System installation and quote for services. Contact our office today!
We haven’t seen a piece of land yet that wasn’t different in its own way. CHR will build a septic system that works with your family’s unique requirements, that is designed for your lot’s soil and landscape, and takes your future plans into consideration. Your new system will meet all regulations and exceed your expectations.
New Building Installation
After Rob has designed your septic system, he can install it, using the proper fill and installation techniques, and finish the landscaping and grading according to state and local ordinances and regulations.
Upgrades & Replacements
The true test of a relationship is living through septic system failure. If your septic system is older, was poorly designed or installed, damaged and in need of replacement, call CHR Construction. We’ll get things flowing again in short order.
Have your system inspected (in General) Every 3 years by a licensed contractor and have tank pumped, when necessary, generally every three to five years.
- Pour cooking grease or oil down the sink or toilet
- Rinse coffee grounds into the sink
- Pour household chemicals down the sink or flush them
- Eliminate or limit the use of a garbage disposal
- Properly dispose of coffee grounds and food
- Put grease in a container to harden before discarding in the trash
- Flush non-degradable products or chemicals, such as feminine hygiene products, condoms, dental floss, diapers, cigarette butts, cat litter, paper towels, pharmaceuticals
- Dispose of these items in the trash can
- Park or drive on your drainfield. The weight can damage the drain lines
- Plant trees or shrubs too close to your drainfield, roots can grow into your system and clog it.
- Consult a septic service professional to advise you of the proper distance for planting trees and shrubs, depending on your septic tank location.
- Concentrate your water by using your dishwasher, shower, washing machine and toilet at the same time. All that extra water can really strain your septic system.
- Stagger the use of water -generating appliances. This can be helpful especially if your system has not been pumped in a long time.
- Become more water efficient by fixing plumbing leaks and consider installing bathroom and kitchen faucet aerators and water-efficient products.