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Septic Tank Installation Services in Clackamas County

Trusted Technicians Serving Clients in and around Portland, Oregon

If your home or building does not have access to a centralized sewer system, you will need a septic tank to process and filter wastewater from your bathrooms, laundry drains, and kitchen. Experienced professionals can help ensure the appropriate septic system is correctly installed.

Our fully certified technicians provide septic tank installation services in Clackamas County and the surrounding areas. At Scout Septic, Grease and Drain, we offer competitive rates and strive to provide an exceptional client experience. We are responsive to your needs and will utilize our state-of-the-art equipment to install your new septic system as quickly and safely as possible. If your septic tank needs emergency repairs or replacement, we offer 24/7 support and can provide the dependable assistance your home needs.

If you need a new septic tank installed or replaced, look no further than our knowledgeable team. Call (503) 563-2061 or contact us online to get a free quote today.

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  • “They also did a very thorough job and took the time to explain how things were going. I would highly recommend them!”

    Sam E.
  • “Matt and Billy came out to tackle the job at hand and not only were they kind and professional, they got the job done expediently without missing a beat. Even took the time to explain what was being done and answer all of my questions.
    I HIGHLY recomm”

    Beth B.

Configuring Your New Septic Tank

You will need a septic system that is specifically configured to your property’s unique needs. The property’s layout, the size of your home, and the size of your family will all influence how we will approach your new septic tank.

The price of a new septic system installation will depend on several key factors, including:

  • The septic tank’s construction materials. Lightweight and durable materials tend to fare best. We typically recommend installing plastic, poly, or fiberglass septic tanks. 
  • The septic tank’s placement. Driving a vehicle over your septic system would likely result in collapse, so we must be mindful to accommodate your property’s layout and pinpoint the ideal placement.
  • The septic tank’s size and complexity. Larger properties and families may call for larger or more sophisticated septic systems. 
  • The ground the septic tank will be placed on. If the installation area’s surface material is not stable or deep enough, we may need to use a sand mounting system.
  • The installation team’s fee. At Scout Septic, Grease and Drain, we always provide honest and transparent cost estimates. We will help you understand what your installation will cost after we have had a chance to assess your property and its unique needs.

We Are a Full-Service Installation Company

You need a team of professionals who understand all elements of septic tank installation. You also need a fair and accurate assessment of what it will cost to install and maintain your system. 

If you are building or have just purchased a new home, we can expediently evaluate the property and advise what type of septic system will be needed. We can then establish an installation timeline, walk you through what to expect, and keep you updated throughout the process.

Our experienced and licensed technicians know how to approach and configure septic systems for properties of all types and sizes. After your new system is installed, we will circle back to confirm the tank is functioning properly and that there are no emerging problems.

Our company exclusively uses trustworthy septic tanks from reliable manufacturers. The systems we install prioritize durability, dependability, and performance. When you rely on our septic tank installation services in Clackamas County, you can rest easy knowing your new system will capably meet your home’s needs.

Replacing and Repairing Your Septic Tank

Once your septic tank has been installed, you will need to take steps to maintain it to protect your system’s longevity and functionality. This will involve scheduling inspections and pumping every few years. You will also need to watch out for warning signs of potentially serious problems.

Your septic tank may need professional attention if you notice:

  • Foul odors
  • Strange or worrying noises
  • Frequent drainage issues
  • Wastewater and sewage backups
  • Puddles and standing water accumulation near the installation area
  • Chronic and unexplained illnesses among your home’s occupants 

Do not wait to seek professional advice if you think something may be wrong with your septic tank. Waiting to address a problem can make the issue worse and tougher to fix. Our technicians can quickly identify issues and offer cost-effective solutions. We provide a comprehensive suite of septic services, including assistance with repairs and replacements. 

Contact us online or call (503) 563-2061 to learn more about our septic tank installation services in Clackamas County. Explore your options and get a free estimate today!

Benefits of working with a veteran owned & operated company
  • 1. Fully Stocked Trucks
    Full-service attention where we handle all documentation requirements with your specific municipality.
  • 2. Competitive Pricing & Transparent
    We are proud to offer straightforward help when you need it. No hidden fees and no hassle.
  • 3. Professionalism, Expertise and Cleanliness
    Our technicians are cross-trained and able to jet lines service traps, oil, and septage with one truck in a single stop.
Helpful Resources
Check out our informative booklets and links on Clean Water Services and the FOG Program.
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