Typically, your soil type and lot conditions will determine what the kind of septic system you are required to install. Most of our installs are Aerobic Treatment Systems (ATS) with spray field dispersal or a drip field dispersal. Each have their advantages, and we’re here to advise you on your options, design your system, and ensure you have a fully functional, high-quality system that is right for you.
Of course, keep in mind that your system will need to be approved and inspected by local authorities, and designed by a certified, registered sanitarian. At Weaver Excavating and Septic, we’re here to guide and assist you throughout this process.
When your system has been designed and approved, you’re ready to have the physical installation completed. If you have not already chosen an installer, keep in mind that your installer must be licensed, experienced and reputable—and committed to backing up their work.
Weaver Excavating and Septic is a full-service septic contractor (operating under Texas license OS0025734), and has successfully completed hundreds of installs throughout northeastern Texas. Our team is both well-equipped and well-informed for most installations and issues, plus we provide in-company mandatory inspections for the first 2 years, per state requirements. Our goal is always complete customer satisfaction.
Additionally, we use high-quality components from proven suppliers, including Texas’ Clearstream Home Wastewater System. You can learn more by visiting their website at www.clearstreamsystems.com
Ensure breaker marked septic is turned on, or contact Weaver Excavating and Septic to schedule move-in consultation
Alarm Sounds or Red Light Is On
Use the mute button on the side of the control panel to silence the alarm, then contact Weaver
Make sure the system has chlorine added. Check to see if the compressor is working; this compressor should run continuously.
This is the responsibility of the homeowner to add chlorine tablets or liquid chlorine to your system.
Many Texas municipalities require system monitoring by authorized personnel, particularly of aerobic treatment systems. With a monitoring contract or service plan, Weaver's completes 3 inspections each year in most counties (4 inspections per year are required with Tarrant Regional Water District, Cedar Creek Reservoir and Richland Chambers Reservoir) and files the necessary paperwork with your regulating authorities. All our plans are meant to be hassle-free, customer-oriented plans to ensure the legal requirements are met and your system is running optimally.