How do I know if I need a septic system?
Do you have an existing septic system?
During sale or title transfer, the septic system may need to be upgraded to comply with Wisconsin code. Check with your county's Zoning and Planning office for their property disclosure requirements.
The system may be failing…
There are many reasons why a septic system may start to fail. However, routine pumping (every 2 -3 years) and proper care will help with the longevity of your system. While there are several signs of a failing system, the most prominent symptom is effluent surfacing in the drain field area.
Adding a room to your home?
Septic systems are designed to handle an estimated usage based on the number of bedrooms and the size of a home. Additions to your home may require updated permits to meet Wisconsin codes.
If there isn't a city sewer and water main available, a septic system will likely be needed. Check with your county's Zoning and Planning office for their property disclosure requirements.
I need a new system. Where do I start?
To start the process of installing a new septic system, give us a call. H&H Septic Service will work with you from start to finish. First, we will help you obtain a design/site plan. Then, the site plan will help us in creating a proposal on the work to be performed.