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Septic System Installations

Digging trenches for aerobic septic systemThere are many types of OSSFs available to suit your site-specific needs and meet state and local requirements. Van Delden Wastewater Systems expertly installs them all — from small home and commercial standard systems, to large alternative systems for schools and other large commercial facilities.

The septic systems most commonly installed in this area of Texas are standard systems, low-pressure dosing, and aerobic treatment with surface applications (spray heads) — a proper site evaluation will determine which system is best suited for your property.

Beware of imitators

There are many ways septic contractors can cut corners to save costs and install a less expensive system; this can affect the efficiency, workability, and longevity of the system.

At Van Delden Wastewater Systems, we believe in doing it the best way and the right way the first time. We are TCEQ (Texas Commission on Environmental Quality) licensed and certified for all OSSF types, and we use only the highest grade and quality materials, from pipe, gravel, and backfill soils to the geo-textile fabric and tanks.

Aerobic system experts

No one installs a more efficient aerobic system than we do. Van Delden was the first to install an aerobic system with spray distribution in Bexar County in 1990, and our commitment to using the best quality products had led to our installing, servicing, and maintaining only the Clearstream aerobic system.

For more information on septic system installations, please read our Frequently Asked Questions.

Lifting the septic tank Getting septic tank to hole Lowering the septic tank into the hole Adding the septic tank lid
Septic system pipes and drainage Digging trenches for aerobic septic system
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