SEWER & DRAIN LINES CLEANED
- Solids and grease can build up on the walls of your main sewer lines.  High velocity jetters can pressure wash the inside of your drain pipes and keep them flowing smoothly, insuring that you won't have back-up problems later
 
DRAIN FIELD INSTALLATIONS & REPAIRS - A drain field works with a septic system and is where the water from the septic tank flows tro be absorbed into the ground.  Drain fields are made of perforated pipes and buried in the trenches filled with gravel.  If you live in a home with a septic system, then you know how important a drain field is.  Keeping your drain field functioning properly is vital to the health of your entire septic system.  A typical drain field pipe is 4" in diameter and is buried in a trench that is four to six feet deep and two feet wide.  Gravel fills the bottom two to three feet of the trench and then a layer of dirt covers the gravel. The water from the septic tank is slowly absorbed and filtered by the ground in the drain field.  In areas of the country where the ground is hard clay the ground is much slower to absorb the water.  In this case, the drain field must be much larger.





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MAINTAINING YOUR SEPTIC TANK IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR SEPTIC SYSTEM.

SEPTIC TANK CLEANING - Pumping your septic tank is the most important aspect of maintaining your septic system.  Most septic systems should be pumped out every 2 or 3 years depending on the size of the tank and the number of people using the system.  (In some cases when a large number of people are using a small tank, then the tank needs to be pumped annually or semiannually.)  If the septic tank is neglected, solid waste will escape from the septic tank into the drainage system.

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