Septic Tank Prices

Septic tank prices vary around the country according to local labor and material rates, but there are three basic costs commonly associated with a new septic tank.

1 Installation costs.
2 Maintenance and repair costs.
3 Replacement costs if things go wrong.

Proper steps taken in the installation and maintenance will prevent many of the replacement costs.

The typical total cost for a new septic system over a 20 year period is $6,300 to $13,000 for trenches and mounds, or $13,500 to $32,000 for alternative treatment systems.



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