What's The Most Cost-Effective Way To Restore A Septic Drainfield?
Despite their seeming simplicity, drainfields are critical parts of any home septic system. A properly functioning drainfield must absorb and drain wastewater (effluent) rapidly enough to avoid contaminating or inundating the surrounding soil. Drainfields often fail when they can no longer provide adequate drainage due to compaction, contamination, or changing soil conditions. Unfortunately, replacing a drainfield can be a costly endeavor. This process requires significant excavation, and it will usually involve rerouting plumbing from the septic tank.