Common Septic Tank Problems
Septic tank problems are an issue that no one wants to contend with. Ponding, backups in drains and toilets, foul odors and tank overflows are just some of the possible things that can go wrong with a septic tank during the normal course of use. These septic tank problems can be costly to repair and time consuming to deal with in your home and property. Through many years of research,Septic System Saver® restores septic systems and optimizes the performance of your septic tank.
Solve Septic Tank Problems in any System Design
The Septic System Saver® septic remediation system can be installed in nearly any type of septic system and any type of soil, including heavy clay soils. The Septic System Saver® remediation system works to solve your septic tank problems by adding aerobic bacteria into your septic system. These bacteria feed off the anaerobic bacteria that cause the built-up biomat and the nutrients in the discharge water. The solid parts of the biomat are broken down by the aerobic bacteria, allowing oxygen to recirculate through your drainfield. Because the biomat prevents water from filtering through into the soil, the addition of aerobic bacteria helps restore permeability into your system. Once the water can filter through, you will notice that the foul odors disappear from your drains and the wet spots and areas of ponding in your yard disappear.
When to Use the Septic System Saver® to Solve Septic Tank Problems?
You should consider using a Septic System Saver® septic remediation system if you have any of the following problems with your septic system: slowly flushing toilets, sewage backup, foul smelling liquid on on the soil above your septic system, or backflow from the septic field when you have your septic tank pumped. The Septic System Saver® controlled septic aerator does not introduce harmful chemicals into your septic system like other remedies for septic tank problems. Septic System Saver® fixes septic tank problems without the expense of installing a new septic tank system.