In Sandy Springs, GA, Action Septic Tank Service repaired this failing septic system. The attached photo grid shows some of our work.
This residential septic project began with pumping the 1500-gallon septic tank. Then, we replaced the outlet tee to prevent sewage from backing up into the pipes. We reconnected the outlet tee to the drainfield and pumped the drainfield lines that were clogged with sewage and solids.
Septic and drainfield failures are often caused by poor maintenance, root blockages, too much organic matter in the effluent, soil that is overly saturated from storm water, excessive water use, vehicles parking/driving over the septic system, cracking pipes, and improper septic design, location and installation.
It's important to know the signs of septic and drainfield failure. Such warnings include backups, gurgling pipes, slow flushing toilets and drains, foul odors, surfacing effluent, patches of greener grass, depressions in the yard and the sounding of a septic alarm.
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