If you have a drain field issue, our technicians can diagnose the problem and get it resolved.
A septic system includes several components that allow it to properly process and store waste that comes through the drains in a home or business. One of the key components is a drain field, which is connected to the septic tank and includes a set of perforated pipes buried beneath the ground, often surrounded by gravel. The gravel layer helps to act as an additional method of filtration when the treated liquid waste exits the septic system and re-enters the soil. If the drain field isn’t working properly, this can cause serious problems with the entire system, as well as increase the risk of environmental damage through contamination of the water table.
Since the majority of your septic components are buried beneath the ground, it’s tough to know when something isn’t working correctly. Regular septic maintenance and inspections can reduce the risk of damage that causes issues on your property. You can also watch for warning signs of a drain field issue, such as slow-moving drains, unpleasant odors in the house, backups or drainage, and gurgling noises coming from the pipes. If you notice wet spots on your landscaping, the drain field could be failing as well.
At Brandon Septic, we take pride in offering all types of septic services to clients in and around Dover, Florida. If you have a drain field issue, our technicians can diagnose the problem and get it resolved. We can also provide routine pumping and other maintenance services to keep all your components in good condition. With more than 30 years of experience, we’re the company to trust for all your septic needs.