Septic Tank Installation & Maintenance

A septic tank is either a tank or a drain field that’s located within a close distance of a facility (whether it be a residential or commercial area). A key part of your septic system, your septic tank often needs to abide by building and health codes to ensure safety of local residents. Such codes include distance between the septic tank and building in question or distance between the septic tank and water supply.

Septic-System-InstallationWhen it comes to septic tank installation, at Honc, we take no shortcuts. We ensure that each septic tank job is done properly. We take the right steps to make sure that health codes are followed and your septic tank will operate at its utmost performance. From new septic tank installation to drain field repair and pump-outs, Honc can help every step of the way.

Septic Tank Maintenance Requirements

After your new septic tank has been installed, there is some maintenance required to ensure that your tank continues to run smoothly. Much like a vehicle, a septic tank requires little bits of regular maintenance to prevent further issues down the road. Oftentimes, inspections are recommended yearly, along with septic tank pumping.

In addition to proper septic tank inspections, it’s also important to keep a record of when maintenance is performed. Keeping records on file will help you both keep track of each maintenance activity performed, along with aiding future residents of the area. 

Honc Industries: Septic Tank Installation in Lee & Collier Counties

At Honc Industries, we do our very best to help you through your septic tank installation. Our staff of experts completes every step from permits to cleaning up the aftermath of the septic tank installation. Serving Southwest Florida since 1993, we are certified and experienced in all residential and commercial septic systems. We’ve completed Certificates of Competency in the following areas: City of Bonita Springs, City of Cape Coral, City of Fort Myers, City of Marco Island, City of Naples, and more. This includes gravity, ATUs, pressure dosed and drip line, and pump-out services.

In addition, if you’re in need of emergency pump-out services, we’re here to help! We provide emergency services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Contact us through our emergency contact phone number (239-283-5454) and we’ll be on our way.

If you are interested in getting a quote on installing or servicing your septic tank, contact us today!

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