Media filters (sand filters, gravel filters, etc.) are not maintenance free. Tank maintenance and septic filter and system installations should always be performed by licensed and insured professional.
Septic tank filters are designed to keep solid particles in the septic tank. They are located on the outlet side of the tank where the tee is normally placed.
Some filters fit inside the tee and some replace the tee. There are several different filter designs for residential applications and also for commercial use.
Rather than just forget about your tank, which is easy to do, the filter can be used to remind you that it's time to pump your tank.
Most residential filters cost less than $100 and are easy to install when the system is new or when you have it pumped out. Compared to the cost of replacing a drain field, this is cheap insurance.
Previous Article : Septic Alternative - - Next Article : Septic Tank System
Providing Quality Service...Guaranteed In the Greater Austin Area of Travis, Hays, Williamson, Burnet, & Bastrop Counties
, Manchaca, Westlake Hills, Barton Creek, Kyle, Bear Creek, Driftwood, Waterloo, Leander, Thrall, Bell County, Misc Locations.
Call (512) 338-1804 for fast, dependable service.
Improved Efficiency - Public And Private (Rare story: A public agency and private company work together to improve efficiency for themselves AND their customers.) Background: Since the State-wide change in...
Maintenance Here's a logical fact of life regarding septic systems: All septic systems require maintenance to keep them working correctly and to ensure their long life....
Why Stay On A Septic System? Top 5 Reasons for Preserving Onsite as a Viable, Even Preferred, Sewage Management Option: Better protection of public health is possible ...
Failure Septic System The most obvious septic system failures are easy to spot. Check for pooling water or muddy soil around...
Septic Cleaner Why an S.O.S. Inspection Agreement? Security - Without proper maintenance, your system will fail prematurely, causing:Health and...
Septic Tank Bacteria SewageSewage typically contains 95% to 99% water.Impurities in sewageMicro organismsOften includes disease causing organisms (pathogens), including bacteria, viruses,...
Residential Septic System If you're envisioning a dream home, chances are you're also envisioning your dream lifestyle in it: entertaining your...
Reverse Osmosis Reverse osmosis is sometimes referred to as ultrafiltration because it involves the movement of water through a membrane.A...