Montana Certified For Level II Septic System

What Is A Level II Septic System?

Level II septic is a term commonly used to describe a specific type of septic system. The Level II septic system was developed in Montana specifically to meet Montana Department of Environmental Quality Level II treatment standards for on-site septic systems. Level II requires a septic system to achieve 60% or greater reduction in TOTAL nitrogen concentration.

During a Level II septic inspection, a licensed inspector will typically pump the tank to remove all solids and liquids, inspect the tank and its components, and evaluate the condition of the drainfield or leach field. The inspector may also use a camera to inspect the system's pipes and perform other tests to assess the system's overall functionality.

The purpose of a Level II septic inspection is to identify any issues that may be present in the septic system, such as leaks, clogs, or other problems that could lead to system failure. This information can then be used to determine whether repairs or replacement of the system are necessary to ensure proper functioning and compliance with local regulations.

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Septic Installations

How large is your home? We've installed numerous Level II septic systems of various sizes to meet the demand of Montana newly built homes. We are a Montana owned, licensed and insured company that is a Montana certified installer of level II septic systems. Contact us today to schedule your project.

Septic Inspections

Having an issue? Septic system problems are never the most fun thing to resolve, but we are here to help you sort through the trouble. We can help diagnosis your issue and come up with a plan to resolve the problem. We serve all Southwest Montana and are only a phone call away.

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