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It’s time for a drain field installation, and you have one thing on your mind: cost. How much will the drain field installation set you back? There isn’t a straightforward answer to this question. You have to consider several things to come up with an answer.

The Cost of Drain Field Installation

Drain Field Installation

  • Size of the Drain Field- The size of the drain field is important when determining how much it will cost. Determining the size comes down to the size of the property and the number of people in the home. You also have to determine the percolation of the soil when thinking about the size. Our technicians at Tampa Septic will consider all of that prior to your drain field installation.
  • Type of Drain Field- You also have to think about the type of drain field that you’ll be getting installed. You can select between a conventional, gravelless, and chamber drain field system. Chamber systems tend to be the most expensive, so keep that in mind if you need to have a drain field installation. Of course, chamber systems do have some advantages. For instance, the installation process minimizes the disturbance to your landscaping, so if you have the money to spend, this type of system might be worth it. Talk over your options with one of our technicians so you can determine which system is right for your budget and your needs.

A drain field installation doesn’t have to be a stressful situation. Go over your choices and then get started. One of our engineers will design your drain field for you, and then we can start the drain field installation process.