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Prepare for Your Septic System With Soil Testing

Have you been told you need a perc test?  Maybe to get a construction permit or a utility hookup?  If you’re wanting a conventional system, you will need to get a soil profile from the experts at Cyclone Septics.  

But, did you know you may not need one if you’re planning to install an aerobic?  Contact us to see if you can save money by skipping the soil profile.

If you do need one, we’ll develop a profile of your soil to account for its water absorption rate. This can help us predict the size needed for the leach field. We’ll also look at other factors related to the subterranean conditions and the water table.

This way, when installation is complete, you can be sure that everything is set up for years of ongoing and safe wastewater management.

Licensed Soil Testing From Septic Professionals

You can trust Cyclone Septics to do it all when it comes to your septic system. Other companies may offer installation, but we’re one of only a few in the state that is certified for installation and soil profiles.

On top of that, we have three DEQ certified installers on staff, and we have over 20 years of combined experience with all types of septic issues. We’ll always be there when you need us. 

We’re even available for emergencies. We usually are able to reply within the hour to emergency situations for our customers.

Call us today to learn more about our service options and set up your soil profile. Check out the list below to see which one is best for you.

Dawn Rohrs holding soil while doing a soil profile in Enid Oklahoma

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They did an awesome job and are really nice people.

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We’re the local, family-owned company you can trust for your soil profile and septic design in Guthrie, Edmond, Jones, Crescent, Cashion, Arcadia, Luther, Langston, Coyle, Piedmont and across the Oklahoma City Metro!

What Makes a Good Area for a Conventional Septic System?

  • Good, deep soil free of limiters like rock or ground water down to at least 48″
  • A level or gently sloping area to install the drain field in
  • Area must be free of trees or brush with grass
  • No vehicle traffic or future construction plans

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