Septic Design for NH failed systems
A Septic Design is a crucial component of your septic system. The design lays out the foundation of a suitable system for your needs and soil conditions. Any compromise would likely result in premature failure of an expensive installation. Gary Hamm, Licensed Designer #1250, of Hamm Septic Services having over 36 years of field experience, takes site and user specific conditions and incorporates them into your septic design. The evolution of types of systems available can be misleading and costly. Having Hamm Septic Services design a site-specific septic system for you would likely result in one that could last 20 to 30 years with proper scheduled maintenance.
Hamm Septic Services focuses on the design and installation of your septic system in NH. A properly designed and installed system will serve you well. If your septic in NH is not up to standards it can contaminate the groundwater/watershed and surrounding wells. A failed or improperly installed septic system can result in expensive Emergency Service costs due to backups into your home and/or hazardous septic water above the leachfield. A lot of systems fail when they are 15 to 20 years old. Most homeowners are caught off guard at the cost of a replacement system. If you own a home with a septic system you may want to budget and save a minimum of $500 a year toward the cost of a replacement system once the current system fails.
Flushable wipes are NEVER flushable in septic systems.
Did you know that baby wipes may specify they are flushable, but should never be flushed into your septic system? This also includes adult wipes, cleaning wipes, medical wipes, etc.
In fact, the only paper product that should be “flushed” is toilet paper. It is the only paper designed to break down as it travels through the wastewater treatment process.