Field Line Problems - can develop due to the forming of a bio-mat. The bio-mat forms in the field lines where the anaerobic water
makes contact with the aerobic soil.
The majority of field line problems occur due
to the bio-mat and the bio-mat problem can be easily prevented by adding an Aerobic Treatment Unit to your septic
UnConventional Septic Systems:
The Aerobic Treatment Unit adds
air to the anaerobic effluent - turning the effluent aerobic so that it is more easily absorbed into the soil. This
also prevents the forming of the bio-mat, which is the cause of most field line problems.
Chamber Systems - The new technology of "chambers" replaces conventional field lines. Chambers allow bottom and side-wall exposure without
the hindrance of aggregate fill.
Mound Systems -
are used when you need your field lines above ground in order to keep the proper distance from the water table. These lines are generally laid on top of the ground and covered with soil and appropriate landscaping.
Peat Moss Systems - in place of conventional field lines, Peat Moss, contained in containers above or below ground, can be used
to filter and disperse the effluent naturally.
Please Note: All of the above systems require
Drip Emitter Systems - are used when the conventional gravity system cannot be used due to poor absorption rates,
proximity to subsurface restrictive layers or high water tables.
systems force the waste water into the soil using pressure!
The Perc-Rite System is such a system and Dad's professionally installs
and guarantees these and other engineered systems! Dad's offers a 5 Year No Failure Guarantee, which will further protect
more information, please contact Dad's today!
Dad's Septic and Well Service
See our contact page or phone: (770) 692-0202