For those who are unsure of what a drain field is, it is the final step in the septic waste elimination process. The drain field is a series of pipes in the ground where the treated liquid is released to offer further nourishment – it essentially turns your waste into nutrients for the soil. During the drain field installation, we make sure that nothing clogs up the pipes, so your tank runs smoothly. Should your drain field ever be damaged or malfunction, it could jeopardize the whole septic tank cleaning system. This is why it’s vital that you have a drain field inspection scheduled regularly. Should any issues go untreated, they could turn into huge problems that could compromise your whole septic system.
At Sauer Septic, we guarantee that every drain field inspection is a quick and smooth process. Each of our technicians puts 100% into each drain field inspection and work hard to ensure that your drain field is working effectively and smoothly. They’ll be sure to make you aware of any problem areas or issues found and offer solutions to remedy these problems. We pride ourselves on our 30 years of experience with outstanding customer service. You will never feel like another number when working with our company. We care about our customers and want to make sure that they’re taken care of. To ensure that your septic tank runs smoothly, follow these important guidelines:
- You should never flush feminine napkins, medications, or harsh chemicals down the toilet– these chemicals can kill the bacteria inside the tank that break down solids, causing clogging and backups.
- If you see any wet spots in your yard above the tank/pipes, water backup in toilets, strong odors, or slowing of drainage or flushing, call us immediately!