LandSaver® MBR is now available in Ohio and Arizona. Ask about your state.
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Choosing a new septic system doesn't have to be hard.

  1. Understand: Get a Free Guide

    Learn 5 things you should know.
  2. Decide: What Fits Your Needs?

    Soil type, topography, and safety will guide you.
  3. Act: Get a Permit

    This starts with a soils analysis. We can help.
Get Your Free Guide

Consider a fail-safe system that fully treats your water.

  • Safe for your family and pets, and keeps your yard exactly the way you want it
  • Worry-free system that always passes inspections
  • Saves installation costs and future replacements
Learn About the LandSaver MBR

What You Can Expect from Tangent and a LandSaver® MBR System

I could have chosen a septic tank and leach field, but I didn't want 50-year old technology. Tangent helped me get the best available treatment for my new home.

N. C. - Homeowner from Ohio

We purchased a home with a failed septic system. Tangent helped us use the escrow money to get a system that will always pass inspections.

J. J. - Home buyer in Ohio

I couldn't get a septic permit and couldn't build a home on my land. Tangent worked with regulators to make my new home possible using a LandSaver MBR.

M. B. - Building a home in Ohio

I can’t sleep at night thinking of the difficult sites and conditions your system solves!

J. T. - System Installer

The LandSaver Promise

  • Stops harmful pathogens from entering your yard
  • Avoids inspection failures
  • Prevents excessive digging and tree removal
  • Cannot clog dispersal fields
  • Safest choice for family, pets, neighbors, and environment
  • Saves land, landscaping, and trees
  • Worry-free operation and maintenance
  • Best long-term economical decision

3 Steps to Success

Need More Information? We Can Help.

We can help you decide on the best system for your needs or help you get started on a permit application. Contact us at (440) 543-2775 or fill out the form.

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