What causes Septic drain field failures?

What causes Septic drain field failures?

Hard pan soil
Hard pan soil

What causes hard pan soil?

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Sodium

Sodium comes from water softeners, detergents, soaps, shampoos and salts from the foods we eat. Sodium binds with the soil to create Hard Pan soil – which in turn prevents the soil from percolating.

Bio-mat is also a symptom of Drain Field Failure

But it is not the reason they fail.

How does septic drainer work?

The combination of sodium and soil keeps the soil particles suspended. Septic Drainer’s ingredients dispense the sodium allowing the soil to clump together leaving more room for drainage.

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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.90% of septic system problems are due to septic drain field failure in the soil

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:

  • It is not the septic tank
  • It’s not the bacteria/enzymes inside the tank
  • It is not the distribution box
  • It’s not ANY of the septic system hardware

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: