We evaluate your site and soils to make sure it can support a repair, expanded, or new septic system.
Our team provides you with septic design options that best fit your site needs, within your budget.
We work closely with you to have a septic system installed within budget and in your timeline.
There are some unique requirements for septic systems in Cedar Creek. For example, the septic tank must be at least 1,000 gallons in size for a single-family home, and the drain field must be at least 1,000 square feet in size. In addition - there are some unique factors we must consider with a Cedar Creek septic system installation:
High water table: Cedar Creek is located in a floodplain, which can be common in Texas near lakes and reservoirs, so the water table is often high. This can make it more difficult to install a septic system, as the soil may be saturated with water.
Rocky soil: The soil in Cedar Creek, TX is also often rocky, which can make it difficult to excavate the necessary trenches for the septic system.
Sloped terrain: Cedar Creek is located on a slope, which can also make it more difficult to install a septic system. The system must be designed to take into account the slope of the land, so that the effluent can drain properly.
Here are some specific tips for keeping your septic system maintained in Cedar Creek, Texas:
Avoid using harsh chemicals in your septic system. Chemicals such as bleach, drain cleaner, and grease can damage your septic system and contaminate groundwater.
Have your septic system inspected by a qualified professional from Acuantia Septic every 3-5 years. This will help to identify any potential problems early on.
If you have any concerns about your septic system, be sure to contact Acuantia Septic for assistance.
In addition to the above, it is also important to be aware of the following unique challenges to septic system maintenance in Cedar Creek:
The proximity to Lake Travis. Lake Travis is a major source of drinking water for the area, so it is important to take steps to protect the lake from septic system pollution. This means being careful not to overload your septic system and to properly dispose of septic tank effluent.
The presence of wildlife. Cedar Creek is home to a variety of wildlife, including coyotes, raccoons, and snakes. These animals can be attracted to septic tanks, which can damage the tank or contaminate the soil. It is important to take steps to protect your septic tank from wildlife, such as installing a fence or cover.