Texas Dealers

Gulf Coast

(South East Texas)

Central Texas

(N. Austin, Abilene, Tyler, W. Texas)

South Texas

(S.Austin, San Antonio, Rio Grande Valley)

Murphy Cormier General Contractor
2885 Highway 14 East
Lake Charles, LA 70607

337-474-2804 Tel

e-mail: Troy Cormier

Central Texas Precast, LLC
1700 South Loop
Waco, TX 76704

254-754-HOOT (4668) Tel

e-mail: Vickie Nunn

Comal Concrete Products, Inc.
4222 FM 482
New Braunfels, Texas 78132

830-606-4732 Tel

e-mail: Jerry Easter

H-Series

Tested at Baylor University in Texas, back in 1995, the Hoot quickly became the Standard that everyone has copied and fallen short of meeting in both performance and quality.  The original “All-in-One” design we now offer it in 500, 600, 750, 900 and 1,200 GPD sizes.  Available with advanced controls, a 3 year Warranty and flexible Drip, LPD and Spray discharge methods.

LA-Hoot

The original Hoot, was released into the Texas market in 2004 to provide a more budget minded option to compete with the local “johnny come lately” products.  The LA-Hoot while less expensive than the H-series, still meets or exceeds the best performance of our competition. Comes in both 500 and 850 GPD Models.

Commercial Treatment Systems

In Texas these can be combinations of Multiple Residential Models, or full blown commercial systems that begin at 1,000 GPD and go up to 1,000,000 GPD.  See our Commercial Page for Additional Information. Hoot Systems offers a full line of Commercial Treatment strategies that pick up where our residential models listed above leave off.  These are sometimes permitted as Multiple Residential tanks tied together with common Pre-Treatment, Equalization and pump tanks, or can be larger systems in 5,000 to 15,000 gallon increments.  For more information on these products for non-home applications, see or Commercial Treatment System page.

Drip Dispersal

All Hoot Systems are capable of having drip dispersal packages as the chosen method of disposal.  In addition to the size reductions of the treatment, drip provides a more efficient use of land space, allowing the disposal field to be as close as 2 feet off of the foundation of the house, within flower beds, and withing 5 foot of the property lines.  In addition, the tubing profile is only 1/2″ in height, which provides at least a foot less of vertical mound height, often allowing the drainfield to “disappear” into typical landscaping.  By lowering the overall drainfield height, unsightly mounds go away and the savings in fill material alone will often pay for the cost of the drip system.