Do you currently live in a home where a septic system exists? Are you considering the purchase of a home that has a septic system? Whatever the case may be, it is important that you partner with an experienced and trusted septic company to handle the inspection process. At Custom Septic, we specialize as a septic leach field inspector and are eager to get to work for you!
What is a Septic Leach Field?
For those that haven’t spent much time around septic systems, they may not be familiar with what a septic leach field actually is. A septic leach field, also called a septic drain field, is a wastewater disposal facility found on your property. This septic leach field safely removes contaminants and impurities from the liquid that emerges in a septic tank. The used water flows out of your septic tank and into the septic leach field, which consists of buried pipes filled with gravel. The solid waste in your septic system is stopped by the septic tank so that it doesn’t move through. The water from the tank is slowly absorbed into the ground in the septic leach field.
Professional Septic Leach Field Inspection
By choosing to work with our septic system experts, you’ll be able to tap into the decades of experience that we have working on and inspecting septic leach fields. We’ve been working on septic systems dating back to 1996, so you can bet that we’ve seen it all when it comes to inspecting a septic leach field. We are certified, licensed, bonded and insured, which should give you some peace of mind when it comes to trusting our recommendations. Our professional septic leach field inspection will be honest and will identify any potential issues that exist or may arise in the future. This will help you make important decisions around your existing home or a home that you are considering purchasing.
If you are concerned that your existing septic leach field may be in bad shape or you’d like to get one on a potential home that you may purchase, all you need to do is reach out to our dedicated staff at Custom Septic. As your trusted septic leach field inspector, we’ll work to ensure that any damage is identified and repaired if present. To request a septic leach field inspection, give us a call today at (763) 218-4769 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.