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New septic tank being lowered into the ground by Dodd Construction in Centre, Alabama
How a traditional septic tank works on the inside
Uncovered septic tank before field lines are attached
An advanced septic system called a Presby being installed by Dodd Construction in Centre, Alabama
Septic tank risers placed at ground level for routine maintenance and inspection of septic tank
presby septic system being installed in sand
presby septic system being installed in sand
Field lines being dug by heavy equipment for new septic system in Cherokee County Alabama
New field lines dug for new septic system installed by Dodd Construction
infiltrator spillover field lines with septic tank
Low profile field lines for new septic system being installed by Dodd Construction in Cherokee County Alabama
Low profile field lines for new septic system installed by Dodd Construction
Low profile field lines being installed for new septic system in Centre, Alabama
low profile infiltrator field lines in dirt trench
Backhoe digging new field lines for new septic system to be installed by Dodd Construction
Field lines being dug in yard for new septic system to be installed by Dodd Construction
Backhoe digging field lines for new septic system at site of new home construction
Septic pump being assembled for a new septic system that requires a pump
Tree roots breaking into underground field lines of septic system
Tree roots dug out of field lines causing field lines to fail and sewage back up
Tree roots growing into underground field lines causing them to fail and sewage back up
Repair to sewer pump in septic tank by Dodd Construction employee
Gravel field lines ready to be installed in yard with new septic system
New septic system installed at TMC Graphics new building in Centre, Alabama
Dirt outside TMC Graphics in Centre, Alabama graded after new septic system was installed by Dodd Construction
Sewer pump being placed into new septic tank installed by Dodd Construction
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, How a traditional septic tank works on the inside
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Uncovered septic tank before field lines are attached
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, An advanced septic system called a Presby being installed by Dodd Construction in Centre, Alabama
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Septic tank risers placed at ground level for routine maintenance and inspection of septic tank
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, presby septic system being installed in sand
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Field lines being dug by heavy equipment for new septic system in Cherokee County Alabama
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, New field lines dug for new septic system installed by Dodd Construction
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, low profile infiltrator field lines in dirt trench
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Field lines being dug in yard for new septic system to be installed by Dodd Construction
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Backhoe digging field lines for new septic system at site of new home construction
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Septic pump being assembled for a new septic system that requires a pump
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Tree roots breaking into underground field lines of septic system
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Tree roots dug out of field lines causing field lines to fail and sewage back up
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Tree roots growing into underground field lines causing them to fail and sewage back up
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Repair to sewer pump in septic tank by Dodd Construction employee
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Gravel field lines ready to be installed in yard with new septic system
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, New septic system installed at TMC Graphics new building in Centre, Alabama
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Dirt outside TMC Graphics in Centre, Alabama graded after new septic system was installed by Dodd Construction
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Dodd Construction is certified and licensed by the state of Alabama to install, repair and maintain basic and advanced septic systems and field lines. With over 30 years of experience in installing and replacing septic systems, we understand how to keep your home's waste removal system functioning properly.

 
If the soil around your home requires you to install a more advanced type of system, we can help you communicate with an engineer to understand your options. If you prefer to use the sewer service provided by the city, we can help connect you to their line.


Many septic systems utilize a sewer pump in order to eliminate your home's waste efficiently. Occasionally, those sewer pumps will fail or need routine maintenance or repair. If your sewer alarm alerts you to a problem with your system, let Dodd Construction help you troubleshoot the issue.


Some older septic systems may require you to dig up the lid in order to inspect or repair parts of the tank. Risers can be installed on your tank, eliminating the need for excavation of the entire lid each time.  

Customer Reviews

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M.W.(.A.
New septic system (June 2019)

Good people. Great price. Exceptional work.

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T.a.J.H.(.A.
New septic system (November 2017)

More than expected. Would recommend to others. Heard about this company through word of mouth.

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P.J.(.A.
New septic system (January 2018)

Results as expected. Would recommend services to others.

L
L.C.(.A.
New engineered septic system (August 2017)

Very good job.

E
E.D.(.B.A.
New septic system (August 2017)

Kody was great to work with. He went above my expectations from start to finish. Thanks for a well done job.