Our team specializes in drain field installation for those in the Haines City area.
When your property is located in a rural area or too far from a sewage processing facility, you need a septic system to process and store plumbing waste from your home or business. There are several critical components of the system, and one of these is the drain field. When you flush a toilet or rinse water down the drain, the liquid and solid waste move through the pipes into the septic tank, which is a large concrete box buried beneath the ground. Within the tank, the clear liquid goes to the top and moves out through pipes on the opposite side of the tank. Those pipes are connected to the drain field, a series of perforated pipes buried several feet below the ground. After being treated, the effluent liquid can move through the holes in the pipes and back into the soil.
If your drain field isn’t working properly or you’re looking to replace this component, give us a call at William Dustin Septic to schedule drain field installation or repair. When we perform a drain field installation, we start by digging trenches that measure about two feet in width and 4-6 feet in depth. From there, we will place the pipes and fill the trenches partway with gravel to absorb the liquid waste.
Our team specializes in drain field installation for those in the Haines City, Florida area. We offer a variety of drain field services to make sure this vital part of the system is working properly. Without a functional drain field, your septic tank will get too full and start to back up. The clear liquid must have space where it can go to drain out.