No referrals, but if it's a leach field issue and not an issue with the actual tank, you might consider the plastic dome type leach field deals. Instead of going out of the tank into the leach field, it goes into the void created by the plastic domes and gives incredible capacity.Originally, it turned out to be something other than the septic. However, I think there is a septic issue. Any updated referrals?
They are really the best way to go. Why anybody would screw around with a traditional leach field when these are available, I don't know. The only way they would ever be overwhelmed is if liquefaction of the entire surrounding area were to be achieved, which really isn't going to be possible unless you are directly adjacent to a lake or some area that has an extremely high water table...the type of location that really shouldn't have a structure on it anyway.View attachment 999584 View attachment 999585 View attachment 999586
@Wizard29 thats the same thing we used. Had an issue at one of my pops rental properties. Since his “toys” are his , he was like let’s start digging. We decide to add about 18” of gravel under and over then covered it back up to give extra drainage per say. Learned about a shitty situation that weekend lol but was a good accomplishment to know we did it with the help of his contractor buddy’s guidance of course. Think we lined out roughly 50-60’.