Here in the Polk City area, there is no other company that can compete with our experience or skills for drain field repair.
There are many different components at work within your septic system, but one of the most important (and expensive) ones is the drain field. As water and waste move through the drains in your home or office, they go through pipes and into the septic tank. This concrete box sits beneath the ground and stores solid waste, while allowing liquid to rise to the top and move back out through pipes on the opposite side. From here, the clear liquid can go into the drain field, which typically includes a series of perforated pipes surrounded by gravel. After it receives additional treatment, the water can seep through the pipes and back into the ground below.
Because the drain field is so valuable, it’s important to maintain it carefully. One reason that a drain field can fail is if you aren’t having the tank pumped out often enough. The excess of solid waste turns into sludge, and if it’s not pumped out regularly, there won’t be enough space for liquid and solid waste to separate. As a result, solid waste can enter the drain field and clog it, leading to a stinky mess. But even if you do have the tank pumped out, you still might find yourself in need of drain field repair. A septic professional should repair this important part of the system.
If you have any questions about your drain field or whether you might need a drain field repair service, please contact us at Averett Septic Tank Co Inc. Here in the Polk City, Florida area, there is no other company that can compete with our experience or skills for drain field repair.
At Averett Septic Tank Co Inc., we offer drain field repair services in Lakeland, Winter Haven, Auburndale, Bartow, Dundee, Polk City, Plant City, Haines City, Mulberry, Polk County, and Eastern Hillsborough County, Florida.