The vast majority of Southern Florida‘s drinking water is supplied by ground water – making proper septic tank installation crucial. Septic systems (or Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems – OSTDS) are governed by local county offices of the Florida Department of Health – which enforces laws and regulations that must be followed.
The average life of a septic system is roughly 25 years. However, some concrete septic tanks may last for 40 years or more and drainfields on average last 17-20 years.
Septic System Replacement and Installation
The bottom line: the life of you septic system depends on the type of septic system, whether it was properly installed, and most importantly, whether it was routinely pumped, maintained, and inspected. Chances are you won’t need your entire septic system replaced, but just one part of it- such as a septic tank installation or drainfield replacement.
We can handle every aspect of your residential or commercial septic system installation- whether it’s just one part of your septic system or an entire septic system replacement. The experts at Palm Beach Septic have the extensive experience you want on site for septic system replacement.