Why Proper Ventilation is Important for Septic Systems

Proper Ventilation for septic system in California

Proper ventilation is vitally important with any septic systems. Unfortunately, almost every homeowner has at some point smelled the “rotten egg” odor associated with the seeping septic gases that result from improper ventilation. Fortunately, NexGen Septics are here with some ventilation advice to help you avoid this discouraging situation.

Septic Tank Overview

Most septic tanks consist of a large concrete, steel, fiberglass, or poly container of around 1,000 gallons in volume. They are traditional buried underground near a house or …

NexGen Septic System Products

septic system products

As a company at the forefront of innovative water treatment solutions, NexGen Septics provides some of the market’s most innovative septic system products. Let’s look closer at a few of the products that have established us a key player in eco-friendly septic systems for municipal, commercial, and residential applications.

EnviroFin

EnviroFin is an inexpensive, easy-to-install, low-maintenance septic system solution that stands as one of the most cost-effective wastewater solutions currently on the market. Whereas the other Alternative …

Why Only Professionals Should Install a Septic System

Rocklin Septic System Ditch

DIY projects are all the rage these days, but one job that NexGen Septics does not recommend for DIYers in and around Rocklin is septic system installation. Almost every facet of septic installation has some risk attached, including the ongoing maintenance required once the system is installed and that is why only professionals should install a septic system. Here are some of the key reasons why you should rely on an experienced septic installation company.

Risk of Pollution

Adding Four Bedrooms, Doubling the Square Footage

Home Remodel Granite Bay

A mandatory onsite system upgrade came with a homeowner’s plans to add four bedrooms to his three-bedroom home in Granite Bay, California, and to expand the footprint from 3,640 to 8,500 square feet. The original 1979 trench-and-stone system also was in failure.

The homeowner hired his neighbor and general contractor, Gene Graves, for the remodel. Graves owns Excellent Construction and sister company, Sustainable Solutions, in Granite Bay. “I was in a quandary with this property,” he says. “Meeting setbacks for …