Altruistic Septic Service

Serving Riverside, San Diego and San Bernardino Counties
(951) 848-4069

Septic Services

  • Altruistic Construction Services: Is located in Temecula Valley and specializes in all things septic in Riverside County, San Diego County and San Bernardino County, however; we will satisfy all Southern California Counties and Cities septic requirements.
  • Conventional Septic Systems: include a primary treatment tank (commonly referred to as a Septic Tank) and an effluent dispersal method, usually either Leach Lines or Seepage Pits.

  • Site Plan / Plot Plan Design: Site Plans prepared by our office are accurate and professional. Our Site Plans are made using state of the art CAD software. Request a quote online or call.

  • Septic Tank is a primary treatment tank that is rated by the number of gallons of sewage/effluent it can hold. The tanks have a baffle inside that separates the interior into two compartments. The inlet side is 2/3 capacity and stores the solid wastes from the structure it serves. The remaining 1/3 is the outlet side compartment. This is where the liquid called effluent is stored until, usually assisted by gravity flow, it moves on to the dispersal method. All septic systems require a Septic Tank. The solids are broken down and digested by aerobic and anaerobic bacteria. It is very important to have the Septic Tank pumped, cleaned and inspected at least every three to five years. We also recommend having risers installed to grade on all septic tanks to allow for ease of maintenance and inspection as well as an effluent filter to keep solids from leaving the septic tank and entering the distribution box or drain field / seepage pit.
  • Leach Lines are horizontal trenches around three to six feet deep with either plastic chambers or crushed rock under perforated pipe. The soil at the sides and bottom of the trenches absorbs the effluent liquid. Approximately 45% of the effluent evaporates at the surface. It is not permissible to park or pave over leach lines as this will severely inhibit evaporation of the effluent. Driving or parking of vehicles or the pasturing of hoofed animals is also not permissible over leach lines as this type of action compacts the soil and inhibits evaporation. Leach Lines are recommended for larger lots that have sufficient usable area available for a leach field. 
  • Seepage Pits are 5-6' O.D. vertical, round Pits, lined with concrete block or precast cast concrete liners. The blocks have voids and liners have weep holes that allow the effluent to be absorbed by the soil sidewall and bottom of the seepage pit. Seepage Pits require less surface area than leach lines. Seepage Pits are recommended for use in areas without room for leach lines while having no shallow groundwater or bedrock. Seepage Pits may be paved over, driven and parked on.
We also offer:
  • Free Estimates
  • Septic System Locating
  • Main Line Snaking & Drain Cleaning
  • Sewer Connections and Repair
  • Septic Tank Risers Installed to Grade
Through our network of professionals, we can assist you in receiving other services such as:

We proudly service all of Southern California including but not limited to: Riverside County: Perris, Nuevo, Temecula, Murrieta, Winchester, Wildomar, San Jacinto, Riverside, Lake Mathews, Jurupa Valley, Mira Loma, Colton, Moreno Valley, Norco, Indio, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Corona, Cherry Valley, Lake Elsinore, Hemet, Homeland, Romoland, Sage, Twin Pines, Idlewild, Beaumont, Banning, Menifee, Sun City, Desert Hot Springs, Desert Cities and more. San Bernardino County - San Bernardino, Big Bear, Fontana, Redlands, Ontario, Victorville, Highland, Apple Valley, Running Springs, Yucaipa, Colton, Crestline, Hesperia, Phelan, Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, Yucca Valley and more. Also serving Los Angeles County, Orange County and San Diego County.

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