Yes, but the septic system must comply with state and local codes and be installed by a properly credentialed installer.
The system is approved by Underwriter Laboratories for permanent outdoor use. We have many installations across the Northern U.S. & Canada. The cold weather will not negatively impact the system. The airline does not need to be insulated. If you have any questions regarding your septic situation feel free to give us a call anytime at (877)-254-7093.
One unit in the first tank near the building/house I would think. You would want to treat the septic liquid before it travels outward. If that doesn't work then I would install the second one in the effiuent tank
No you do not have to have it pumped before installing
Thanks for the message. Unfortunately our system would likely not be a remedy for this situation. Issues this premature generally point towards a faulty installation or design. We'd recommend contacting the installer & reaching out to the county to determine the next available steps. You should also follow up with the regulating authority to ensure the proper permits were pulled & preliminary testing was done for the system. If you have any other questions or would like to discuss your septic situation; we can always be reached at (877)-254-7093 Aero-Stream, LLC www.septicsystemsaver.net (877)-254-7093
Yes it will work
Install in one close to the house
What do you need to know? The instructions are pretty plain and easy to follow with real easy installation if you are a handy man type of guy? If you are a beginner still easy to follow directions and you can do it by yourself. Only problem you would run into is the electrical hookup....it is set up to just plug into a 110 v outlet with three prong cord.....but don't run a extension cord halfway across your yard to do it...if that is the you would need to hire an electrician if you cannot do electrical as a home owner