So…town water and sewer has come to your neighborhood!
How do you tap into it?
About 56% of residents in New Hampshire source their water from a municipal water supply. As the infrastructure expands within those 120 cities and towns, homeowners and businesses want to take advantage of the convenience and cost effectiveness of a public water supply. Drinking water from a public water supply is tested regularly and guaranteed to be free of harmful bacteria and contaminants. Many real estate brokers consider it an advantage in selling a home that is connected to town water supply.
Town sewer connections are also a public service that homeowners place a high value on. Although only 35% of New Hampshire residents are currently connected to a centralized waste water management system, cities and towns are quickly expanding this service to their residents. A lot of homes in New Hampshire with private septic systems are more than 20 years old. Rather than replace their aging septic with another septic system, homeowners like the idea of being able to connect to a public sewer system for less than half the cost of installing a septic system.
Sarette Excavation is a one-stop shop. When it comes to town water and sewer connections, it is up to the homeowner to hire a company to provide the connection to the house. Who should you call? A plumber? No – you should call Sarette and Son Excavation! Our many years of experience working with cities and towns throughout southern New Hampshire on town water and sewer connections makes the process streamlined and problem-free for our clients; we are licensed drain layers and can provide the connection to the home. Some new water or sewer line installations require interior plumbing; for those connections we will even provide the licensed plumber to complete the interior connection! Of course, if you have a trusted plumber that you use, we are more than happy to work with them in getting you connected. When our crew finishes the job, your yard is neat and clean – as if we were never there.
If town sewer and water has come to your neighborhood, give us a call today for a free estimate on tapping into this valuable utility for your home!