Septic Tank Installation

Septic Tank Install Services in Tulsa

On Call Services & Rentals start with a site evaluation and go over the installation process before any work is performed. Site evaluations are important to determine the size of the drainage field and septic tank that will be needed. We’ll take a look at the soil on the property, and assess other factors that must be known before we begin.

After we meet and understand the local regulations and get permits, we begin installing the septic tank. We’ll also make room for inlet and outlet piping. We will look at what type of manhole cover might be needed as well.

Every septic system installed by On Call Services is permitted by the Department of Environmental Quality and inspected by a State Certified Inspector. Repair your aging septic systems or arrange for the installation of a new one with help from the septic system installation and repair team at On Call Services in Tulsa.

Types of Septic Systems We Install

Anaerobic Septic Systems

Anaerobic septic systems involve the use of bacteria that don’t require oxygen to live. In an anaerobic system, you’ve got a septic tank with two main pipes. One of these goes to the house, and the other heads out into your yard. That main pipe splits into several pipes that sit just below the surface of your lawn.

Inside the septic tank, solid waste settles and is eaten by the anaerobic bacteria. Liquid waste floats to the top. Wastewater from the tank moves out to the smaller pipes under the surface, which have holes at their ends. The wastewater then filters or “percolates” out into the soil.

Download a helpful guide on anaerobic septic systems (also called subsurface sewage treatment systems) from the State of Oklahoma here.

Aerobic Septic System

The aerobic septic system involves three tanks. Waste enters the first tank and settles into layers like the anaerobic system. But when it moves to the next tank, the treatment tank, an aerator moves oxygen bubbles through the waste. This allows aerobic bacteria to consume the waste. From there, wastewater moves to a pump tank where it’s treated once more.

Then, often in the middle of the night, sprinkler heads pop up and distribute that wastewater out onto your lawn.

Download a helpful guide on aerobic septic systems from the State of Oklahoma here.