Need septic tank installation or a sewage treatment plant fitted? At Warwickshire Groundworks, we provide various services to ensure your system is set up correctly and does the job well. We can deal with both new fittings and replacing your current system. Our team have lots of experience working on domestic and commercial properties, so we can provide our quality services at competitive prices.
A septic tank and a water treatment plant are both needed for houses and buildings that aren’t connected to a public sewerage system. A private system usually consists of a tank and pipework or soakaway where water can pass. It works differently for various properties depending on the land and what is opted for.
A septic tank typically drains into a soakaway on a property. As the name suggests, a water treatment plant ensures that water is not polluted so it can drain straight into a watercourse. Whatever is suitable for your property, we can help install it.
No matter the scale of your project, we can do all the work necessary to ensure your new unit is installed correctly. To prepare for an installation or replacement on your property, we offer the following services:
As experts in groundworks, you can be confident in the work that we do on your property. We have all the equipment, training, and experience needed to ensure a quality and efficient job.
The price of an installation can change depending on a property’s requirements. The cost takes into account the size of a unit and the complexity of the various services needed to have a working system. For a more specific quote, contact our team.
A soakaway is a series of perforated pipes that help drain water away from a septic tank. Most systems must have some form of drainage to allow wastewater to drain. There are many rules as to how far away a soakaway should be from neighbours, watercourses, and water sources, so it’s important that this is complied with.
As of 2020, septic tank regulations have come into place to ensure that systems stay environmentally friendly. If you have an older system, you should ensure it doesn’t contaminate any water supplies. Ensure that the unit on your property is the correct size, leakproof, and has suitable ventilation.
For the preparation and fitting of these systems, contact Warwickshire Groundworks today. With years of experience, our team can help with any questions you may have about the process.