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Accumulations of grease, soap and other components of sludge inside the inlet pipe are often the precursor to recurrent sewer clogs. Hydro-jetting involves the use of extremely high-pressure water to obliterate blockages.
But if the cause of the obstruction is not addressed, it will continue to recur.
Electrical Pumps are heavy-duty machines that are used tor many residential and commercial purposes. Some pumps force water from your septic tank to a higher elevated drain field or sewer, and others grind up the waste that comes out of the building. What ever the need, we handle it all.
A septic tank must have PVC baffles, or tees, at both the entrance and the exit of the tank to direct the flow of water and solid materials. It's important to replace your concrete baffles with PVC tees to help the settling of waste to the bottom of the tank and to prevent it from leaving the tank and entering the drain field.
Since water travels the path of least resistance, the potential for overflowing toilets, sewage rising in bathtubs and sinks, and flooding in basements, becomes the concern when the septic piping is compromised. It is susceptible to clogs, breakages, collapsing, settled spots called 'bellies,' incorrect pitch, as well as invasion of roots from nearby vegetation.
The job of the distribution box is to evenly distribute the wastewater from the septic tank into a traditional drain field with the help of gravity. It is very susceptible to damage from tree roots and vehicles driving above it. Made of concrete or plastic, its openings are fitted with flow-leveling devices that rotate to provide an equal distribution of water into each trench of the drain field.
Because septic tanks are buried underground, locating and accessing tank lids for inspection and service can be a potentially difficult, time-consuming, and costly endeavor. Fortunately, the simple addition of a septic tank riser provides an easy, cost-effective solution to this problem that will provide long-term savings.