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Drain Field DesignYou might think that drain fields just come out of nowhere. You order a drain field for your septic system, and then it magically appears. In reality, drain fields are specially designed. When you choose to hire our team at Southern Water and Soil, our drain field design technicians will create a drain field just for your system. We consider several things when designing a drain field, such as:


What’s Involved in a Drain Field Design?

  • Type of Drain Field- First, we must determine the right type of drain field for your needs. We will go over your options with you. You can choose a conventional drain field, or go with a gravelless or chamber system. Once you decide which type of system you want, we will be ready to move on to the next step.
  • Size- Size is very important when it comes to the drain field. If the technicians fail to size the drain field correctly, it won’t absorb the effluent properly. That is why it is essential that you choose a skilled drain field design team when getting a new drain field. Our drain field design team will make sure that your drain field is the right size for your needs.
  • Lift Station- Our drain field design team also needs to determine if you need a lift station. If you do need one, that needs to be a part of the design. If you don’t, then the system will use gravity to move the effluent through to the drain field.

Our drain field design team at Southern Water and Soil has the skills necessary to design your next drain field. If you want to get it right the first time, it makes sense to go with us.