Case Study: Seasonal Home to Full-Time Residence
Eljen GSF system allows Lake Michigan seasonal home to be converted to full-time residence in Wisconsin and ending the need for pump and haul.
Problem: The owner of a small seasonal home on Lake Michigan’s Green Bay in Dyckesville, Wisconsin wanted the property to become a full-time residence. To do so, he needed to upgrade the decentralized wastewater system. A compact and flesxible treatment system was needed that could conform to the challenges of the lot, fit in the small footprint and protect the bay.
Solution: Door County designer Bob Berceau specified the Eljen GSF system to minimize the footprint and give the homeowner a system that meets state and local code. He specified a 1,000 gallon tank and a 15 unit GSF System, which was installed by Lily Bay Sand & Gravel and supplied by First Supply.
Result: The homeowner now lives on the bay with his family year-round, and several neighbors are looking into how the can do the same.
As seen in May 2016 Onsite Installer