We have been installing septic systems in Dibble, Oklahoma since we opened in 2013, but have over 20 years experience in septic system installation and repairs.
When we install a septic system at your home or business, you can trust that it will be installed properly and with the highest degree of quality. We work closely with homeowners and business owners to ensure that they are completely satisfied with every job that we do. Click here to learn more about our company.
Residential & commercial customers call us for septic system installations because we are highly skilled at what we do, we offer the highest degree of customer satisfaction, we have almost 2 decades of experience in septic system installation, we treat every yard as if it were our own and we aren’t salesmen.
We specialize in conventional septic systems (lateral line/leech line.). Sometimes an aerobic system is the only option for some homeowners, but if a conventional septic system is possible, we highly recommend going this route. Click here to find out why.
Septic Systems in Dibble, Oklahoma
We specialize in conventional septic system installation, also known as lateral lines and leech lines. This type of septic system is often less expensive and more efficient than an aerobic septic system but only with absorbent soil, which will be determined by an Oklahoma DEQ soil test. If you need help finding a certified soil tester in your area, contact us, we can recommend one for you. A soil test will be required for all lateral line installations and costs around $275.
This type of system should be installed in a large open area with no trees, gentle slopes, good drainage and no vehicle traffic.
In most cases, we can install a lateral line septic system in one day. Depending on the DEQ requirements for your septic system, it could take two days to complete.
While it will be next to impossible to make your yard look like we haven’t been there at all, we spend extra time after the installation dressing up your yard as best as we can. There is no extra charge for this type of dirt work.
Septic System Failure
Conventional Septic Systems
If you are experiencing septic tank drain field problems, septic tank collapse or septic water coming out of the ground, these are all signs of a failing leach field. A properly installed conventional septic system will typically last anywhere from 20-40 years as long as you follow the basic rules of septic systems.
Aerobic Septic Systems
Although these systems are high maintenance, they can last a long time with regular routine maintenance. We recommend signing up for a routine maintenance program. If you need a referral, please contact us and we can recommend someone.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I can’t say enough great things about Sprague’s Backhoe and Jack and Stacey! They made the installation of my aerobic septic system so smooth and stress free! They not only took care of correlating all the other needed services, but kept me informed through the entire process! Hopefully, I’ll be purchasing a storm shelter in the future and I will be contacting them again! Thank you, Jack and Stacey! – Shirley S., February 29, 2019
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