Drain Field Restoration Based in Wilson
Why Replace When You Can Restore for Less?
When a septic drain field fails, it can often be because of the soil. Not
the septic tank or the drain pipes, but the soil itself is clogged up
and compacted. This keeps the fluids from your septic tank from being
able to drain out into the soil like they are supposed to. The blockage
makes the septic tank back up, and if the problem is bad enough, raw sewage
can back up into your home’s plumbing fixtures.
At Creech’s, we use the EarthBuster Deep Soil Decompactor machine,
a state of the art soil shaker machine, to safely open pathways underneath
your lawn. This ensures that your septic system fluids can flow freely
again, leaching out and away from your system.
Want to know if you may be a good candidate for Wilson drain field restoration?
Call our team at
(252) 262-2708 today to learn more!
How Does the Septic Drain Field Treatment Work?
EarthBuster injects compressed air around the drain field, at a controlled
depth, breaking up an overgrowth of the sewer biomat on the walls of the
drainage area and loosening up the material in the absorption soil, so
that it moves away and evaporates as designed. The EarthBuster also allows
oxygen into the system allowing it to have a healthy environment for the
bacteria that can digest the biomaterial.
If you are experiencing any signs of these septic tank problems, reach
out to us to see if your system is a good fit:
- Wet or soggy soil over your drain field
- Foul odors around your drain field
- Sewage backing up or overflowing into your house
- Gurgling sounds coming from your drains
- Black or dark gray ooze from the surface of your drain field
With our restoration process, we give you the option of just putting a
few holes in the yard to rejuvenate the existing systems versus putting
in a whole new system, tearing up your yard and landscaping. Our drain
field restoration process has the ability to fix your septic problems,
long-term, by de-compacting the absorption soil, breaking up the biomat
and aerating your drain field safely and quickly. This saves your lawn
and landscaping from getting destroyed.
Turn to Creech’s Today
Some companies may just tell you to replace your drain field without considering
drain field restoration options, costing you thousands of dollars you
could have spent elsewhere. When you call Creech’s to handle your
septic needs, we will look at every option possible to ensure the best
treatment possible at the best possible investment! When it comes to drain
field restoration in Wilson and throughout Eastern North Carolina, we’re
the trusted professionals.
We are here to assist you however we can!
Contact us today to get started – we even have same-day appointments available.