How Does a Filter Help Your Leach Field Lines?
If you have not yet invested in a septic filter, you’re increasing the chances of damaging your leach field. The filter attaches to the septic tank outlet which is the gateway to your leach field. This is the last chance for effluent to be strained of solid particles or other harmful materials, and failure to sift out clog-causing particles can do expensive damage to your system. Take our advice and make this simple addition.
EarthCare offers a range of filters so you can be sure we’ll have one that fits your system. Once you have the filter installed, it’s very easy to maintain. You should already have septic pumping scheduled on a regular basis, and the tech can simply clean the filter during the same appointment. With this routine service, your filter (and septic system for that matter) should last for years to come.
Prevention Is Key
The septic filter is one of many preventative measures we recommend for maintaining a trouble-free system. Inspections, pumping and drain cleaning may be services that will also benefit your home’s wastewater flow. EarthCare professionals can evaluate your water consumption and waste facilities to advise a schedule that suits your timetable and budget. You’ll appreciate a household with no plumbing emergencies and see how it saves you time and money. If you would like to have a septic filter installed or want to learn more about our preventative maintenance services, Contact Us today.