What Causes Septic Drain Fields Failures?
SEPTIC DRAIN FIELD FAILURE
Is your septic tank backing up? That’s not a good sign for your home. Learn more about septic failure, why septic systems fail, and how to repair a septic field.
The Truth about Septic Drain Field Failure & Other Septic System Problems:
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA),
90% of septic systems stop working because of drain or leach field problems.
That’s Right! 90% of the time the U.S. EPA, an agency that regulates over 78 million septic systems annually, clearly states that the septic problem is:
About 90% of the time, the reason you have Septic Problems is a soil failure in your drain field! That’s why it’s so important to use Septic Drainer and Bio-Septic Boost to keep your system running smoothly for many years to come. Read more to learn about septic system problems and our family of green, cost effective solutions:
What Causes Hard Pan Soil?
The Leading Cause Of Septic Drain Field Failures
Hard Pan Soil Is Created From Higher PH Soild That Contain Iron, Calcium or Salt Combining With Densely Packed Soils.
Salt are Added From Water Softeners, Our Detergents, Our Diets And The Medicines We Take.
What Causes Bio-Mat
Lets Start By Understand the two types of Bacteria and Why
Aerobic Bacteria is Bacteria That grows with Oxygn.
Aerobic Bacteria aspirates its waste in the Form of Co2
Anaerobic Bacteria is Bacteria That Lives Under Water
Anaerobic Bacteria Secretes Its Waste as Organic Material Called Bio-mat.
When Oxygen in the Soil Is Depleted Hard Soil Forms and causes Bio-Mat to Form as Well
Bio-Mat Is A Symptom of Drain Field Failure.But It Is Not The reason They Fail.
Getting RID of Bio-Mat Will Help In Restoring Drainage In Your Field After The Hard-Pan Soil Is Addressed.
How To Repair A Septic Drain Field
What you need to know before you get started is what type of system you have so how do you find out?
Here are a few ideas to get you started:
Once You Know What Type Of System You Have, Click On It’s Image Below To View The System-specific Instructions For That System: