When a septic drain field fails, it can often be because of the soil which has become clogged and compacted. Soil in septic systems can suffer from compaction and clogging with a substance called "biomat," and a lack of oxygen, hindering the breakdown and dispersal of septic waste. This keeps the fluids from your septic tank from being able to drain out into the soil like they are supposed to. The inability to accept the effluent makes the septic system not work as designed, and if the problem is bad enough, raw sewage can back up into your home’s plumbing fixtures.
At Creech’s we offer a revolutionary septic service that breathes new life into your failing drain field without the hassle of a complete overhaul with the use the EarthBuster Deep Soil Decompactor machine, a state of the art soil shaker machine, to safely open pathways underneath your lawn in the drain field. This ensures that your septic system fluids can flow freely again, leaching out and away from your system.
How Does the Septic Drain Field Restoration Work?
The drain field restoration introduces controlled-depth compressed air around the drain field. This process effectively dislodges the excess sewer biomat adhering to the drainage area's walls and loosens the material within the absorption soil, enabling it to disperse and evaporate as intended. Furthermore, the process facilitates the infusion of oxygen into the system, creating a conducive environment for the beneficial bacteria responsible for breaking down biomaterial, thus promoting a healthier septic system.
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 even after consistent septic pumpings
- Black or dark gray ooze from the surface of your drain field
Choose our restoration process to revitalize your existing septic system with minimal disruption to your property. Unlike the extensive and costly process of installing a completely new system that requires tearing up your yard and landscaping, our drain field restoration offers an alternative solution. It effectively de-compacts absorption soil, eliminates biomat build-up, and safely aerates your drain field, ensuring quick results while preserving the beauty of your lawn and landscaping.
Contact Us Today to Get Started
To assess the suitability of your failing drain field for restoration, simply reach out to us and schedule a site and septic evaluation. 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. At Creech's, we're committed to exploring all available options to provide you with top-notch septic solutions that maximize your investment. For trusted drain field restoration in Wilson and Eastern North Carolina, turn to our experienced professionals.
Contact Creech's Plumbing today to schedule a drain field restoration service!
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