How Much Do Septic Systems Cost? Building a Custom Home in the Raleigh area.
Whether you already own a lot, or need help finding the perfection location for your new home, you may be considering the cost of installing a septic system.
Septic systems are extremely common in the Raleigh area. In fact, most lots larger than 1/2 acre will require a septic system.
Septic System Cost Can Vary
Septic systems can also be one of the biggest variables in cost for building on your lot, depending on soil conditions, size of system, type of system, county requirements, and more.
An experienced home builder like Stanton Homes can look at your septic permit and plot map and give you at least a good idea of what the system is going to cost.
Typical Septic System Cost in the Raleigh Area
A typical septic system in the Raleigh area can be anywhere from $3,000 to $15,000, with most conventional or pump systems falling in the middle range.
Is a septic system more expensive than sewer? The alternative to a septic system, connection to a city or county sewer system (if available), can be more or less than a typical septic system, depending on the jurisdiction and how close the connection is to the proposed homesite.
Make sure to speak with your builder about the septic system allowance for the unique requirements of your lot and floor plan. The number of bedrooms allowed is determined by a Perk Test.
A special system can run many tens of thousands more - particularly if your lot is rated "No Perk" (i.e. unsuitable for a conventional septic system).
Make sure your lot is a great choice - talk to your builder about getting a free lot inspection to avoid unexpected costs.
Building a Custom Home is Easier Than You Think
Building a new custom home on your lot (or ours) does not have to be complicated or expensive.
Contact Stanton Homes to receive a free building cost estimate and free lot inspection.