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A sewage disposal system in a home is a necessary convenience that promotes a healthy environment by conveying solid and liquid waste to an exterior repository. With the installation of a network of underground pipes, a home has an effective way to prevent exposure to bacteria in standing water that can cause health hazards.
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What Is A Sewage Disposal System?
The sewage disposal system is usually out of sight, and it attracts little attention until it stops working. Most homes connect to either a public sewer system or a septic tank, and both are effective ways to dispose of waste from sinks, showers, toilets, washing machines and dishwashers. At Powell’s Plumbing, we provide a maintenance service to assure homeowners of a disposal system that performs perfectly.
What Disposal Systems Do You Install?
We install and service sewage disposal systems including, but not limited to:
- American Manufacturing
- Conventional Sand Filter Systems
- Delta White Water
- Drip Irrigation
- Low Pressure Distribution (LPD)
- Mound Systems
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What Are The Advantages Of A Septic Sewage Disposal System?
Homes that use a septic tank have an environmentally friendly disposal system that lets water safely seep into the ground. Public sewer systems transport waste to a remote location, preventing it from returning to the underlying aquifer. With no monthly charges on a utility bill, a septic tank lets solids fall to the bottom while clear water runs into a drain field.
How Often Should I Conduct Septic Tank Evaluations?
With regular use, a septic tank eventually fills up and needs the service of a professional plumber. An evaluation may reveal issues like inadequate size, tree roots in the pipeline, improperly leveled drain field, etc. Septic tanks rely on bacteria to break down solid waste, and they usually keep a proper balance that makes the system work perfectly. When the sludge at the bottom of the tank reaches a level that is too high, the tank needs to have its contents emptied. Our evaluation reveals all problems that may affect the performance of a septic system. Our annual inspection ensures homeowners of a reliable system that prevents backups or overflows inside the home.
We provide a professional service that gives homeowners peace of mind about the integrity of sewage disposal systems. Homeowners who have concerns about the effectiveness of any plumbing installation need to contact us at 540-665-8196 for quick and efficient solutions.