What to Do if You Need a Drain Field Repair

A septic tank drain field is the final landing place for the clean water coming out of your septic tank. Septic tanks go through three phases: treatment, distribution, and final treatment. But this process does not work properly if the drain field has failed.

A few tell-tale signs of failure are drains having trouble draining, toilets making loud noises, and muddy ground around the leach lines. Strong odors are another way to spot drain failure. The most common cause is either a clog or a break in the lines. Other reasons include tank issues, drain field clogs, poor soil drainage, and compaction. Thankfully, we can perform a drain field repair. First, we will come out and inspect your property to determine the source of the leak accurately. Depending on the age of your system, the drain field repair could be a simple fix, or it could mean replacing multiple lines or the tank itself.

Either way, our technicians will inspect and evaluate your septic system and provide an estimate with available solutions and cost. We will handle your drain field repair with the care and knowledge that comes from years in the business. Since we are an experienced company, we know the lay of the land, the county regulations, and the permits required to complete the job. You can rest assured that your drain field repair will be done the first time correctly. If you live in Belleview, Summerfield, Ocala, or nearby, call us at Marion Pumper.