We have 25 years experience in repairing, installing and supplying all makes and models of sewage systems.
ELECTRIC VS NON-ELECTRIC SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS
In general, non-electric sewage treatment plants cost more to install than electric ones. All non-electric systems consist of 2 tanks whereas an electric sewage treatment plant consists of one tank.
Our experience in installing septic tanks and sewage treatment plants means we can install, maintain & repair all makes and types.
We are based in Surrey and have experience of all the types of ground conditions, including very difficult high water tables and running sand.
We keep up to date with current rules and legislation and all installations are in accordance with Section H2 Building Regs. & BS6297 2007.
AREAS OF SURREY WE INSTALL SEPTIC TANKS & SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS
We install, maintain and repair septic tanks & sewage treatment plants in Farnham, Send, East Horsley, Dorking, Shere, Cranleigh, Chiddingfold, Haslemere, Hindhead, Frensham, Elstead, Farnham, Aldershot, Ash Vale, Farnborough, Frimley, Camberley, Chobham & Farnham. Please contact us about installation in other areas as it may be possible.
WE PROVIDE EXPERT INSTALLATION OF ALL DRAINS
We understand that your property is a big investment and we want our customers to know that we are there for them to help them accomplish the dreams that they may have for there property. From new construction landscaping to existing landscapes that need a facelift, our professional staff helps you. We want our customers to be there from the moment
Septic tank regulations 2020
Recently introduced legislation has changed the rules for properties with septic tanks.It is important that you understand what you must do and when.
- Since January 2015, new septic tanks must not discharge directly into a watercourse.
- By 1 January 2020, owners of houses with existing septic tanks must not discharge directly into a watercourse. You can do this by either connecting to the main sewer network, creating a drainage field or installing a sewage treatment plant.
- If you are planning to sell a property with a septic tank before the 2020 deadline it is now law that you must fit a sewage treatment plant before you sell.
You’ll find full details on the Government website here.