POST a QUESTION or READ FAQs about all methods for finding a septic tank, drywell, or cesspool as well as other septic system components like the D-box and septic soakaway bed, leaching field, or drainfield. Never grind up (macerate) your sewage before sending to a septic reservoir unless absolutely necessary. Pumping cared for sewage (after septic… Read More


Plastic septic tanks are watertight and completely tolerant to corrosion. They consider significantly less than concrete septic tanks making them much better to install. Cement septic tanks are extremely durable and can carry on for several decades if properly taken care of. It's the quest of Allegiant Precast to provide the highest quality cement … Read More


High quality built precast concrete products are created to Australian criteria using materials sourced from within WA. Our products are available in a range of specifications, well suited for projects of any size. The adhesion of the sealant to the cement influences the hydrostatic amount of resistance. Water can go by sealant through the concrete… Read More


While we do offer the standard toilet, we also offer you options such as luxury and handicap toilets for your event. Shea Concrete has installed precast concrete septic tanks for more than 65 years, and the business markets tanks from 500 to 55,000 gallons. It gives all septic tanks on company vehicles and produces the tanks for long-term, safe con… Read More


Please refer to our Tank Installation webpage for specific information regarding excavation suggestions, as well as size-specific information on anti-buoyancy for many sizes of the tanks we hold. Though having a concrete septic tanks is cost effective, concrete septic tanks can also experience some problems. Cement septic tanks easily deteriorate a… Read More