Field Line Aeration

The Problem

Is your septic system not working properly? Does black or smelly water seep up in your yard?  Did another septic pumping company service your tank only for you to find it backed up again in a day or two?

 It could be that your field lines of your septic system are exhausted, clogged, or the ground is just not taking the water we are sending them. Let the Roto-Rooter septic system analyst review your system and make a recommendation for repair.

 The Solution

Until now the only option was to replace your field lines, well not any more. Now Roto-Rooter offers a NO-DIG solution that is fast, effective and relatively inexpensive.  In a few hours, years of life can be added to your septic system, without disturbing your yard.

 Our aeration system can solve a number of septic system problems including compaction, saturation and improper drainage almost immediately. We do not use chemicals, and won’t tear up your yard.

 Here is How It Works

The Roto-Rooter aeration machine uses a long, narrow probe to penetrate soil to depths of up to six feet depending upon the depth of your field lines.  It then blows air and polystyrene beads into the soil creating a network of fissures and cracks which breaks up the biomat that has formed on the walls of the trenches, and loosens compacted soil in the field line area. The polystyrene beads are used to help keep the fissures open for years to come. This maintains the passages for the percolation of liquids away from the field line trenches.

 The operation is repeated every three to four feet (depending on soil conditions) around each of the field line trenches.



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