Installations

Rescue Cesspool & Drain installs cesspools for homeowners and commercial clients. Cesspools are a great way to install a septic system for a new building, without excessive costs associated with other options.

A cesspool is a cylinder that is open to the earth, allowing liquid water to escape into the ground while keeping solid waste contained. We have all the necessary equipment to install cesspools quickly, efficiently, and for a reasonable price.

Septic Tank Installations are a great option for new construction that requires a more extensive septic system than a cesspool can provide. A septic tank has an inlet and outlet pipe, with a rectangular or cylindrical tank that separates solid and liquid waste via gravity. Septic tanks can be combined with biofilters and aerobic septic systems to further assist in wastewater treatment.

Grease Traps are a necessary part of septic systems for many kitchens and restaurants, which use large quantities of grease, high viscosity fats and lards. Grease traps intercept greases and related solids and prevent them from entering the septic system, where they can prevent bacteria from breaking down solid waste and causing problems with the treatment of waste water.

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A complete Board of Health system for a 250-seat restaurant.

Dry Wells are underground structures that remove unwanted water by draining it into the well, where it eventually sinks into the ground and merges with the groundwater. Dry wells are necessary in certain areas with large amounts of storm runoff or other sources of water, because this water can cause damage to structures and foundations.

Catch Basins protect property against water damage in a similar manner to dry wells, but are much smaller, and are often the solution for homeowners with storm drains that have a spout near the base of the house. Catch basins collect the water and safely funnel it away from the base of the building, protecting the foundation.

Let Rescue Cesspool handle your cesspool’s installation.