Leach Field Installation/Repair
While the septic tank plays a crucial role in breaking down organic matter and filtering out solid waste from your household wastewater, further sewage treatment is needed to ensure that there are no contaminants remaining in the water when it enters the water table. The leach field, which is also sometimes referred to as the septic drain field, is responsible for filtering out any remaining bacteria, pathogens, and harmful chemicals, purifying the water after it has passed through the septic tank. The task of recycling your household wastewater is split roughly equally between these two components on the septic system, and it is essential to have both to ensure that you are not allowing contaminated water to enter the environment. A to Z Septic provides a wide range of septic services, including leach field installations and repairs. Our company has been delivering dependable wastewater disposal solutions for homes and business to customers all across Fairborn, OH for years. If you have any questions or concerns about your septic system, contact us.
What is a Leach Field?
A leach field is typically located in an open, flat area of land and consists of a series of perforated pipes buried in shallow, gravel-lined channels. In a septic system, wastewater that has been partially treated within the septic tank gets delivered to the leach field for final treatment. The leach field drains this water into the surrounding soil where naturally occurring bacteria can break down any remaining harmful contaminants. All of this quietly takes place out of sight beneath the ground, which is why many people are unaware of what leach field is and what it does. However, it is important not to underestimate the vital role that the leach field plays within your septic system. If you are planning to install a new septic system or need to replace an existing leach field, contact us for top quality workmanship from experienced professionals. We will make sure that your leach field is properly installed for optimal performance and efficient wastewater disposal.
Why Do I Need a Leach Field?
Your septic system is incomplete without a proper, functioning leach field. There is a significant amount of contamination that can get past your septic tank. You need the leach field to treat any remaining liquid waste before the water is recycled into the ground. Failure to eliminate harmful bacteria and chemicals from your household wastewater before it re-enters the water table can pose a health risk to your family and lead to environmental damage. Installing a proper septic system for your home or business and investing in its continual maintenance and care will benefit you in the long run. Our experts can assist with leach field installations and repairs to ensure that you have an effective and efficient wastewater disposal system in place to prevent these problems from arising. We consistently provide quality workmanship and put an unsurpassed level of attention to detail into everything that we do.