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Septic Designs
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Septic Design

New Hampshire Septic System Designs from the Industry Experts

Septic Design NHAt S&H land services, we provide septic system designs for both residential and commercial systems. We provide designs for new construction as well as existing septic systems that have failed.

The state of New Hampshire requires new septic systems to be permitted through the NH Department of Environmental Services Subsurface Systems Bureau Department. Many municipalities require local permitting also.

With Over 500 Septic Designs Permitted: You're In Good Hands

At S&H Land Services, our knowledge and experience provides our clients with the best service in the industry. You can be sure that we will provide you with a professionally prepared septic system design and shepherd it through the approval process.

Full Service Septic System Designs from S&H Land Services Includes:

Test Pits: A test pit is performed by digging a hole with an excavator, approximately six or seven feet deep, in the area of the proposed septic system. A licensed septic system designer then logs the soil morphology and determines the seasonal high water table.

Percolation Test: Often referred to as the "perc-test", measures the rate water moves through the soil on your property. This is one of the components used to size the leach bed area.

NH Residential Land Surveying, New Hampshire Commercial Land Surveying, Septic System ServicesSite Survey: we survey the property to tie into the boundary, locate the physical features on your lot and set temporary benchmarks used in the construction of the system.

Design Drafting: Using all the data collected, we then design the system to show that it meets all of the town and state requirements, the type of components used for the new leach field, and the amount of sand fill required.

Plan Submittal: The plans are delivered to the town for review and approval then taken to the state for final review and approval.

For more information on professional septic system designs from S&H Land Services, please don't hesitate to contact us.