Repairing or Replacing Septic Drainfield
If your Dayton MN home has an Individual Sewage Treatment System (ISTS) located on the property then you have a Septic System. A large number of Private Sewer Systems rely on a Drainfield to organically break down and purify wastewater. When a drainfield fails it can be difficult to fix. Something as simple as a clogged pipe be Repaired by a MPCA Certified Septic Professional. Other more serious problems involving a Biomat Clog can result in installing a new drain fields Soil Aborption Area. As an expert in the field, CSI Custom Septic, Inc. provides Repair or Replacement services in Hennepin and Wright Counties.
What Does A Soil Drain Field Do?
Your septic system is a mini Sewage Treatment System or ISTS located on your property. The Drainfield is a large component of most Minnesota septic systems. Wastewater generated from the household works it way through the Septic Tank and Drain Field. Since only about 50 percent of solid waste materials are broken down by the bacteria working inside of the septic tank, the Soil Absorption Area of the Drainage Field filters out the rest of the contaminants.
Why Do Septic Drainfields Fail?
One of the main reasons that a septic system can fail is by Overloading it with Wastewater. For a Drainfield to be effective it must have time to dry out. If it is constantly being saturated, it is likely to develop a Slimy Bacterial Mat (Biomat) along the trench walls. Water cannot pass through the biomat at a good rate leaving it Clogged.
- Bacteria Buildup
- Poor Septic System Design
- Construction Mistakes During Septic Installation
- Neglect to do Regular Maintenance
- Tree Root Intrusion
- Oversaturated Drainfield
- Clogged Biomat in Soil Absorption Area
- Corrosion of Septic Tank or Other Components
- Chemical Overload or Additives
- Broken or Cracked Sewer Line
MPCA Certified Septic Professional
If you suspect a problem with your Septic System’s Drainage Field, don’t hesitate to call the experts at CSI Custom Septic Inc. We have earned an excellent reputation as a MPCA Certified Septic Professional that provides Septic System Repairs along with Septic Tank and Drainfield Replacement. You will receive an honest evaluation and explanation of your best options on how to proceed with the repair or update of compromised septic system components.
In Dayton MN, Hennepin & Wright County, contact MPCA Certified Septic Professionals at Custom Septic Inc. (CSI) @ (763) 218-4769