There are many factors that may cause septic tank problems, making diagnosis difficult leading to clogged septic tank filter, back up septic system issue, mechanical malfunctions, and drain field problems. When it comes to the negative results of a septic tank problem, it may lead to septic system odor, inconvenient smells inside the house, messy cleanups, possible tank replacement, and discomfort. When it comes to the most common septic tank problems, they include sludge accumulation, broken drain lines, broken septic tank baffles, tree root damage, dirty or clogged septic filter, inadequate septic enzyme populations, sulfite and bio-mat build up, sludge and solids without treatment, grease capping, broken drain field piping, clogged drain fields (from tree roots), improper drain field location, and old septic tank design.
Septic tank problems may result because of tree roots penetrating the tank, causing leaking of nasty stuff, creating a horrible mess, and malfunctioning. Ground movement may shift the septic tank, putting a huge amount of pressure on your septic tank, and causing cracks or fractures to appear on the walls. Some septic tanks are located within neighboring farmlands, and farm vehicles like tractors can drive over or on top of the septic tank or soakaway, applying too much pressure on them, causing real damage. Large volume of water underneath the ground can reach the highest level, putting great pressure on the septic tank, and possibly causing the tank to literally ‘pop’ out of the ground. Unlike modern septic tanks with dip pipes and are double-chambered, septic tanks that are over 100 years old are single-chambers without dip pipes.
A T-pipe or dip pipe plays an important role in ensuring that only the correct type of waste from the septic tank exits into the outlet pipe or soakaway system, and any damage to it may cause a major problem in your septic tank. When it comes to septic tank installation, it is important to follow applicable standards and environment agency legislation. Before installation of a new septic tank, you have to perform a percolation test to check if the condition of the ground is appropriate because a wet ground may lead to soakaway and septic tank system issues. It is important to have a yearly septic tank preventive maintenance and inspection at least once a year by calling a professional local tanker company so you are reminded when is the best time to empty your septic tank.
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