When you install a septic system in Sussex, New Brunswick, through Bart Plaggenborg Septic Services, you know you’ll be in good hands. We have over 35 years of experience in installing, repairing, pumping, and maintaining septic tanks. And, we are licensed through the Department of Public Safety and Department of Environment.
For those in need of a septic system, Bart Plaggenborg Septic Services will come to your site and dig a test hole to determine the soil type. Next, we will design a system that is suitable for your specific type of soil. After performing the soil analysis and system design, we will then submit an application to the Department of Public Safety. After the system has been installed, the Department of Public Safety will perform a final inspection to ensure everything is in order and your septic system is ready to be put to use.
Ready to get started? Call Bart Plaggenborg Septic Services for a free estimate on your new septic system installation. We serve residential and commercial customers in Sussex, New Brunswick, and the areas within a 75-kilometre radius of town.
To get started with your new septic system installation, call Bart Plaggenborg Septic Services for a free estimate, today!
What Exactly is a Septic Tank?
To those who are new to the concept of septic tanks, we would like to go over exactly what a septic system is, its purpose, and how it works. A septic system is essentially a small sewage disposal and treatment system that is placed on site, instead of miles away like a sewer system. The pieces that make up the septic system include a soil absorption area, pipes, and a tank that is buried underground. While the first septic tank was patented in London around the turn of the 20th century, modern septic tanks are highly efficient, watertight boxes typically manufactured using precast concrete or plastic.