Our team of professionals at Integrity Septic & Drain, is versed in proper installation and maintenance of field lines, one of the most important components of a healthy septic system. If these field lines are not properly installed and maintained, harmful sewage can back up into your yard or even into your home.
Your septic system is comprised of four main components including the septic tank itself, a pipe leading from the home to the tank, a drainfield, and the surrounding soil. The soil surrounding your drainfield and field lines contains microbes that remove most contaminants from wastewater before it reaches the groundwater beneath. Field lines, just like all the components of your septic system, require maintenance which when neglected can result in a host of hellacious problems.
Our team of professionals at Integrity Septic & Drain, is versed in proper installation and maintenance of these extremely important field lines. If they are not installed effectively, harmful and unpleasant sewage can back up into your yard or even into your home.
It is recommended that you inspect your septic system looking for potential issues yearly, and have your tank pumped by a professional every 3 to 5 years. Just as the pipes in your home can become clogged, so can the components of your drainfield. Field lines when clogged can cause similar issues as any other septic components including leaks, and backing up of sewage into unwanted spaces. Ensure that this doesn’t become a problem at your home or business by staying on top of the health of your septic system. Call the team at Integrity Septic & Drain at (423) 529.9855, and let us help! We are Chattanooga’s go-to for complete septic tank service.