How Much Does it Cost to Connect to a Public Sewer?

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Sewers are shared wastewater treatment systems that are provided, owned and maintained by the city or town you live in.  If available, homes can connect to this system to flush wastewater from their homes to a central treatment facility via this sewer system.  Connecting to a city sewer system means you won’t have to install a septic tank system, but, like most things in life, it will come at a cost.

Sewer by bionicteaching, on Flickr
Sewer” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by bionicteaching

 How much does it cost to tie into a public sewer?

What is going to be included?

What are the extra costs?

How can I save money?


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  1. Larry (Atlanta,  Georgia) paid $ and said:

    Septic. Tank old and backing up had flush 8 years. Ago city connection is available I don’t what the cost

    Was it worth it? Yes

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