A drain field inspection can provide you with peace of mind in knowing that this component is working properly.
A drain field is a critical component of any septic system, although it’s something about which many property owners know very little. When your property relies on a septic system to store and process liquid and solid waste, anything you rinse down a drain or flush down a toilet moves through the pipes and into the septic tank. The treated liquid waste, called effluent, moves through the tank and out through a set of pipes, which connect to the drain field and allow the water to re-enter the ground.
Since the drain field is the location where treated waste moves back into the soil, it plays a role in the safety of the water table serving your property and those around you. A damaged drain field can cause damage to the environment and impact the condition of your property. Some of the warning signs of drain field issues include standing water on the property, greener or lusher patches of grass, and unpleasant odors. However, these signs don’t always present when the drain field needs attention. At Sauer Septic, we offer drain field inspection service to ensure that our clients always know the condition of their drain fields.
A drain field inspection can provide you with peace of mind in knowing that this component is working properly. Our inspections are conducted by experienced technicians who know what to look for when performing this service. If we spot an area of concern, we can perform the repair right away. If your property is on or near Winter Garden, Florida, contact us to schedule a drain field inspection.
At Sauer Septic, we provide high-quality drain field inspection services in Orlando, Windermere, Winter Garden, Apopka, Clermont, Casselberry, Altamonte Springs, Eustis, Ocoee, Minneola, Mount Dora, Mascotte, Leesburg, Groveland, and Tavares, Florida.