Sewer vs. Septic
The homeowner was shocked when she was informed that connecting to the local sewer system was not only rejected by the County. An approved variance and sewer approval would cost upwards of $100,000.00. In addition to the extra cost, the installation of the sewer line and connections to the home would add 30+ days to the build time.
Marc Lindbloom of Lindbloom Septic Designs in Auburn, California suggested the Hoot BNR H-600 Advanced Wastewater Treatment System. In addition to the immediate 95% in cost saving and two day instillation. Its compact design, easy fit in the small yard. He also suggested using GeoFlow Drip Tubing so the clean household wastewater could assist with the landscaping irrigation. An additional plus the happy homeowner didn’t expect.