You can not do that, septic systems are based on size, related to how many bedrooms in the current home. Sorry but you would have to add a 2nd septic system, if the zoning permits. If you try to do this you will have a big mess and could cost you thousands. All septic systems have very strict zoning codes.
by Appraiser guy - 12 minutes ago
No, you cannot operate two houses on one septic system. Chances are very high that the effluent from two homes will be too much for the system to handle, rendering it inoperable for BOTH houses.
by acermill - 12 minutes ago
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