We have helped property owners in Brandon save themselves lots of money by catching minor septic tank and drain field concerns during a routine inspection.
Even though a septic tank gets most of the attention when it comes to designing and maintaining a septic system, the septic drain field is equally as important when it comes to having a sustainable wastewater management system at your home. At Brandon Septic, we believe that your drain field should receive ample attention, both during the design phase and when you have a routine septic maintenance appointment in Plant City, Florida.
When you schedule septic pumping as a routine maintenance procedure, another important thing we’ll do here at Brandon Septic is make sure we give your septic system a full inspection. This will include the septic tank and the drain field, so we can give you a full report on our findings. Most of the time, things are just fine – but a drain field inspection is also a great way to catch signs of damage early on. We have helped property owners in Plant City save themselves lots of money by catching minor septic tank and drain field concerns during a routine inspection.
The drain field takes up a large portion of your yard, and because it is the final stop for your wastewater to filter safely back into the ground, keeping this important septic system component in great shape is critical to your health and safety. It’s best to avoid parking heavy vehicles over the drain field or planting trees and shrubs with roots that can puncture the drain field lines.
Of course, if you ever have questions about your drain field or other septic components, our team at Brandon Septic is just a quick phone call away. Contact us today for more information about our service and to schedule routine maintenance.