Septic Repair, Sewer Repair, Septic Tank Repair
450 South Cemetery Street, Suite 301
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Septic system repair, sewer system repair brings a sense of urgency, emergency. When septic systems needs fixing, you will not be able to shower, use the toilet, and kitchen, etc. Septic tanks. What are they? Most unsewered developments in Metro Atlanta use septic tank systems to treat and dispose of sewage, also referred to as wastewater. Septic tank systems generally consist of cylindrical tanks called septic tanks and one or two or three sets of drainage receptacles which have holes in their side sand no base e.g. leach drains or soakwells.
When wastewater passes through the septic tanks, heavier solids sink to the bottom and undergo bacterial digestion. This reduces the quantity of solids and also changes its composition to sludge, which builds up in the bottom of the tank. Materials such as grease and oil float to the surface in the tanks to forma crust over the liquid. The remaining liquid, called effluent, flows from the tanks into the drainage receptacles to soak into the surrounding soil where it may undergo further natural treatment processes. Since 1989, most household septic tank systems have been installed with either two leach drains or two sets of soak wells. These systems are called alternating systems as they have a diverter box which can change the flow of effluent allowing one half of the soak wells or one of the leach drains to be shut off at anytime. This allows the unused portion to dry out which rejuvenates the soil’s ability to receive effluent.
It is a well-known fact that wastewater disposal, when done improperly, can pose a threat to the environment and public health. In order to protect people and environments, wastewater must be well disposed of in a manner that controls waterborne diseases and prevents contamination of surface water and underground water. Emergency response is now available! Same day / next day ok!!
Septic System Problems are evidenced inside homes in kitchens, laundry rooms, and hallways. Here is a full list of counties we service: North Fulton County, South Fulton County, Gwinnett County, Cobb County, Dekalb County, Forsyth County, Hall County.
Can you say DROUGHT??! Keep a close eye on your system's performance. Nearby trees are seeking any water source, especially your drain fields.
"I need a new septic tank" is not good, but we can help. Drought and heavy rains create situation that can wreak havoc on the stability of fluid flow.
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