If you’re planning to build a new home or install another bathroom in your house, you’ll have to think about many things, including how to remove waste. On a property that slopes downhill, it’s simple, but things can be more complicated if the ground slopes in the other direction. An expert who knows how to run sewer line uphill can help you with your project.
What to Do If Sewage Can’t Flow Downhill
A lift station can be used to move sewage uphill. A lift station consists of a collection tank and a pump with float switches. When the water reaches a specific level, that activates a pump that pushes sewage uphill until it reaches another section of pipe that flows downhill. From that point, the sewage can be transported via gravity.
Tri-County Can Run a Sewer Line Uphill
Removing sewage correctly is essential to protect your family’s health and quality of life, as well as the condition of your property. You want to trust such an important job to experts. Tri-County Water Services has a team of highly trained professionals who know how to run sewer line uphill.
Every property is unique. An experienced contractor can discuss your plans, inspect the grading in your yard, and figure out the best way to transport sewage away from your house. Once we have taken the time to understand your goals and concerns and inspected your property, we’ll be able to figure out how to run sewer line uphill and give you an estimate.
Trust the Team at Tri-County Water Services
We have been helping Pennsylvania homeowners with sewer and septic maintenance and repairs, as well as other home-related projects, for more than 20 years. We have a Sewage Enforcement Officer on staff, and our company is licensed with the Chester County Health Department and fully insured.
You can trust us to install a sewer line that will transport waste away from your home, keep your loved ones safe and healthy, and prevent damage to your property. Contact us today at (610) 857-1740 to learn more about our services and to schedule an inspection.