So you know you need a septic tank and you know why. The remaining questions remain: Which type of septic tank? And, is the price for concrete worth it?
Well, don’t take our word for it.
We already know that concrete septic tanks have higher effluent levels than septic tanks that are made of plastic. Septic effluent is what flows from the septic tank to the drainfield, where it goes for its final treatment and disposal.
The more effluent your septic tank can hold, the less likely it is to push waste into your drainfield prematurely due to capacity constraints. You want to know that all of that waste entering your drainfield has been treated as properly and thoroughly as possible!
Other sources that weigh the pros and cons of precast concrete septic tanks versus other materials point to a concrete septic tank’s weight as a positive. This leaves no possibility for the septic tank to float, which you cannot say for a plastic septic tank. The precast concrete also makes for a long-lasting septic tank that is extremely durable.
And while some sources point to that concrete septic tanks have been known to leak, Del Zotto’s precast concrete meets or exceeds all ASTM standards and has rigorous quality control monitoring, creating a superior product ensuring many years of service This means that a Del Zotto’s precast concrete septic tank will outperform other materials.
Another factor that some may point to as a detractor about precast concrete septic tanks is the difficulty of installation. When you order a Del Zotto Precast Concrete septic tank, we’ll set the septic tank in the hole for you! Just remember, you dig, Del Zotto delivers.
Septic Tank installers nationwide rely on the strength and durability of Precast Concrete. Del Zotto Products has been manufacturing septic tanks for over 50 years. We are also the leading manufacturer of Septic Tank Forms nationwide. We not only manufacture the finished product delivered to your home, we design the mold to exact standards for the best quality tank anywhere. We guarantee it. . With proper system maintenance and drainage, a precast concrete septic tank can last for decades and decades to come. And again, because Del Zotto’s products are held to the highest manufacturing standards, there is no need to worry about tank failure.
The benefits of choosing a precast concrete septic tank is not just recognized regionally, but also historically. According to the Industrial Quick Search Newsroom, concrete was the top choice to build septic tanks for more than 200 years. It was even the first material that septic tanks were made out of in France.
In the early 20th Century, it was believed that steel was the superior material because its durability. There was just one factor that professionals did not consider: How acidic human waste is, and how easily steel corrodes. Since the 1960s, concrete and plastic have competed for most-common materials to construct septic tanks.
So, which material should you choose? Well, any time you choose value and durability over price in your septic tank’s installation or septic system project, all indicators point to precast concrete. Contact us today for a free quote for your precast concrete septic tank!
(Please remember we are not septic tank installers. We are only the SUPPLIER, the installer needs to be the home owner or a licensed installer.) Home Depot doesn’t install windows, they supply and deliver them.