If you own a septic tank, you have to think about the health of your plumbing much more than most people. There are a number of possible septic tank problems that may afflict you. These septic problems are not only inconvenient and messy in the short-term, but they can also shorten the lifespan of your septic system.
Common Septic Tank Problems
• Septic systems are anaerobic. They do not allow a free exchange of oxygen with the outside world. This quality is not accidental. Makers of septic systems obviously do not want their systems to bother their clients with bad odors.
However, this means that the bacteria which exist inside the septic system must also be anaerobic. These bacteria are not as capable of processing wastes as aerobic, or oxygen-breathing, bacteria. These aerobic issues often lead to a build-up of wastes in the drain field and the field’s complete failure. This is the major cause of all septic tank problems.
• Mechanical failures can lead to clogs and back-ups which not only deny service but also cause bad odors and health concerns as the overflow reaches the service. Mechanical failures may happen on their own or they may occur when tree roots interfere with the drainage.
A Solution to Septic Tank Problems
Thanks to a new development by Septic System Saver® there is a way to avoid these septic tank problems and extend the lifespan of your septic system. Their septic aerator works wonders by introducing a regular supply of oxygen into your septic system. This processes waste faster and extends the lifetime of your system by keeping the drain field cleared.
Septic System Saver® can solve your septic tank problems with a simple addition of some machinery and hose to your present septic tank system. They do not need to dig up your septic tank to do this. They simply attach a small machine and hose to the outgoing line from your septic tank. This machine permits small amounts of air to enter the system. Soon, aerobic bacteria are thriving in the drain field solving all septic problems!