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We install, maintain and repair Aerobic Septic Systems for both residential and commercial.

Our Team of Septic Installation Experts along with over 21 years of company experience means your system will not only be installed efficiently and quickly, but built to last and stand the test of time. We treat every client as if they were family and make sure we don’t leave until you are happy. So what is involved when installing a Septic System?

Our Process:

1st Step

1. Aerobic Site Evaluation performed by a qualifying technician and sanitarian

2. Engineering Design drawn with the proper boundaries, to ensure adequate sizing

3. Affidavit filed with county clerk and necessary permits acquired from county engineering department

2nd Step

The authorization to construct must then be permitted through the permitting authorities.

3rd Step

Installation must be performed by licensed installer and meet approved design specifications.

4th Step

Finally, the septic system must have a final inspection by permitting authority before being put in service

Why should I use Brighteyes for my installation needs?

  • Brighteyes installs Nayadic aerobic systems manufactured by Consolidated Treatment Systems, and has a long running relationship, knowledge, and experience with them
  • Different sized systems are offered to accommodate any application
  • Ease of maintenance, accessibility to components, smallest total water capacity to treat 500-1500 gallons per day (gpd).
  • Full-time registered sanitarian on staff which makes the permitting process easier for homeowners
  • Over 2500 systems installed by Brighteyes in Liberty, Chambers, and Southeast Harris Counties (Texas)
  • 22 years in the business
  • 75 years of combined experience
  • Unmatched workmanship and competitive pricing

Things to ask my installer:

  • The system needs to be above the surrounding area, with “an” even tapered grade downward in all directions. The reason for this is so water does not stand on top of the tanks; it needs to be able to run off and away from the system

    Pictured: Properly Elevated System

  • Installer of other companies may or may not be decent machinery operators and may fail to properly compact the dirt, for fear of hitting the tank or simply, laziness. The problem with this is that over time, the dirt settles and leaves tanks, electrical conduit, and air lines exposed. Another possible problem is where the water stands all around the tanks, creating a moat-like effect, due to not being compacted correctly to being with. Our systems never settle and we ensure that the earth is compacted back to the original ground level.

  • For ease of access, it is best to have the control panel located either on the side of the house, or on a 4×6 treated piece of lumber, as deep as three feet in the ground. For both applications, we recommend locating the box to reach chest high in height. This keeps it away from ground pests such as ants ( which are commonly attracted to electricity ), and to avoid high water levels reaching the panel. It is also much easier to work on and locate for future repairs or inspections.

    Installation Control Panel

    As for the compressor, it should be located near the side of the house or on a piece of lumber that is elevated and has a solid base. Make sure that it is at least 10 inches from the ground level, never low to the ground. Again, this ensures the water level won’t harm the compressor, but also aids in preventing ants to get inside. In a flood zone, it should be above the level of the highest flood to have happened in the last 100 years. NEVER let the installer place the compressor on top of a tank lid; it will make it very difficult for the pumper to clean the system for any routine maintenance to be performed.