A drain field works with a septic system. Water from the septic tank flows into the drain field to be absorbed into the ground. Drain fields are made of perforated pipes and buried in 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. When a problem arises with your drain field, it is best to call a sewer and septic service professional.
A typical drain field pipe is four inches 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.
Reliance Plumbing & Drain Cleaning has been installing and repairing drain fields for clients in Orlando and the rest of central Florida since 1973. We combine well-trained technicians with the right equipment to provide high quality drain field repairs.
Due to the importance of a drain field to your septic system, a drain field should only be installed by experienced, licensed plumbers. The same goes for making repairs to your existing drain field.
Our drain field experts are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to handle drain field repairs.
Call or contact the drain field professionals today at Reliance Plumbing & Drain Cleaning to schedule an appointment. We guarantee you'll be satisfied.