Our team of experts can provide drain field installation at your home or business in Auburndale.
When you have septic system on your commercial or residential property, there are several critical components that keep things flowing smoothly. When you flush a toilet or rinse something down the drain, the liquid and waste moves through the pipes and into the septic tank. This concrete tank stores the waste and allows the lighter liquid to rise to the top and move out through the other side. Pipes lead to the drain field, a set of perforated pipes buried in the ground. Here, the clear liquid can seep through those pipes and as well as gravel that surrounds them, allowing it to go back into the soil.
Our team of experts at William Dustin Septic can provide drain field installation at your home or business in Auburndale, Florida. We start the process of drain field installation by digging trenches measuring about two feet in width by 4-6 feet in depth. The next step is installing pipes, and the number of pipes depends on the size and waste production of those within the building. Most drain fields rely on gravity to move liquids, although a pump can be installed to continue the process.
The drain field is one of the most important parts of your septic system. Without a functioning drain field, you run the risk of having contaminated water come out through the pipes and go back into the ground, putting the water table at risk. In addition to drain field installation, we can also handle a variety of other tasks relating to septic systems, so give us a call to find out how we can help the system at your property.