Your septic tank is comprised of more than just a single unit. Instead it is a wide ranging and interdependent system. Part of this overall system is your drain field, sometimes known as a leach field. Your drain field is a crucial part of how your septic tank operates, and any damage or problems with it can impact your septic tank too, and vice versa. This is why, as part of our range of septic tank services, we offer both drain field repair and replacement. This way, you can be sure that your overall system is always functioning as it should.
A drain field, also known as a leach field, is a separate, yet still important, component of your septic tank. It’s where the water passes to after the septic tank has done the job of removing the waste out of the water. Given this is a key part of your overall septic tank set up, it can impact your system overall if it’s damaged. That’s why we offer a range of both repairs and a replacement service, so that you can be sure that your system, or home, is never compromised.
Like any other part of your overall septic tank set up, your drain field can experience damage over time, in a number of different ways for a number of different reasons. Damage to your drain field can impact your septic tank, and vice versa, so getting it repaired quickly is imperative to avoid any flow on effects. Our septic drain field repair service is quick and effective, so that you can best ensure your overall system isn’t compromised for too long. Like with your septic tank, there are a range of signs to be on the lookout for that might indicate a problem.
Common Signs of Damage
So what are the common signs that you might be experiencing a problem with your drain field? Well, they are many of the same signs that you would expect if you are having a problem with your septic tank. Why? Well because your drain field has a direct impact on your septic tank. Common signs include all the standard things like drain backups in your home, strong odors lingering in your yard and pools of stagnant and standing water around your home. In rare cases, you might even experience flooding in your home.
Along with repair, we also offer drain field replacement. This could well be important for a number of reasons, as your system might get to the end of its lifespan, become damaged beyond repair or simply no longer meet the needs of your home. If any of these situations occur, then you know that you are covered, as we can effectively removed your current drain field and install a new one that can meet you needs or replace the old, damaged one. There’s no need to simply suffer any inconvenience that requiring a new drain field can cause. Not with our replacement service.