Infiltrator Chamber Systems Installed

A client called to tell us that their toilets wouldn’t flush even after trying to plunge. We went out and conducted a septic tank systems inspection to find that the infiltrator system was stopped up.

You may be asking, “What is an infiltrator system?” In short, infiltrator systems’ technology compliments nature’s ability to recycle wastewater. Wastewater is identified by every bit of water that goes down the plumbing or drain pipes in your house. In the olden days we called these pipes leech field.

Today, the much needed improved system is a brand called Infiltrator Systems. The technology improves the performance of onsite septic systems by producing the highest quality products in the industry. Infiltrator systems provide customers with the most dependable, affordable and easy-to-install products in the onsite wastewater industry. Backed by over 25 years of wastewater industry experience, Infiltrator products are approved in all 50 states and 10 Canadian provinces. Infiltrator systems are also industry leaders and experts in manufacturing, engineering, science, product development, recycling and government affairs.

For this particular job, we had to replace the infiltrator system for several possible reasons: The first being mother nature. Secondly, the homeowner used Riddex to clean the septic tank. Septic tanks are designed to hold sludge. Riddex is designed to clean sewer systems, not septic tank systems. Why? Riddex does just what it says: rids the sludge by breaking down molecules that septic tanks require for proper function, causing the homeowner problems with flushing toilets, stopped up sinks, bathtubs, and ridding other waste such as laundry or washing machine waste.

Read our blog to prevent further septic tank and leech field problems.

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