Did you recently buy a home that is not connected to your city's sewer system? If so, you are going to have a septic tank instead. Using a septic tank is a bit different from using a sewer system since it requires maintenance, special care, and pumping out all of the waste from the tank when it becomes full. Here are some questions you likely have about using a septic tank.
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Septic tanks come in various sizes, and when builders are constructing a home, they typically choose and install the septic tank that's the proper size considering the number of bedrooms in the home and the number of people expected to live there. A 2- or 3-bedroom home, for instance, will typically have a smaller septic tank — maybe a 900-gallon one. A larger home with 4 or 5 bedrooms will have a larger tank — maybe a 1250-gallon one.