Infiltrator® Chamber Septic System Drain Field / Leach Field

  • Infiltrator products are today’s superior alternative to old-fashioned stone and pipe because they: 

    — Provide long-term savings due to longer life and greater operating efficiency

    — Offer worry-free, long-term service with only simple, routine maintenance

    — Protect landscape from damage caused by heavy equipment

    — Provide greater treatment area to handle more wastewater with higher efficiency

    — Offer a “greener” approach utilizing recycled plastic resins to manufacture the products

    — Are backed by a minimum 1-year warranty and a reputable, service oriented company

    — Can be installed in tight, sloped and curved areas creating less site disruption

    — Infiltrator systems are designed to safeguard our environment for future generations.

Infiltrator® chamber septic system drain field/leach field

Conventional leach fields use perforated plastic pipes laid in a twelve inch gravel bed. It is not a stretch of the imagination to envision those small holes clogging faster than a three foot wide chamber. That’s why we only sell the best!

Infiltrator® chamber leach fields are high-density polyethylene arches that interlock to form a continuous drainage area with a much greater storage (“surge”) volume than conventional perforated pipe leach fields. Installation simply involves digging a series of three foot wide trenches connecting the Infiltrator chambers and then backfilling with the soil you originally removed. No gravel is needed, but adding gravel above and below your chambers is always an upgrade to aid percolation in poor soils.

Sewer Cleaning

If you have slow moving drains in your home, it may be time to have your sewer line inspected and cleaned. The expert plumbers at Absolute Septic Tank Service can inspect and clean your sewer line.

The most common causes for a blocked or sluggish sewer line:

  • Tree roots
  • Excessive rainfall
  • Buildup of grease, hair, soap scum and other waste
  • Broken or leaky pipes
  • Improper installation of sewer lines
  • Sewer system over capacity for current use

The main sewer line is the biggest drain in your home, with all other drains from your bathrooms, kitchen and laundry room flowing into it. An annual inspection and cleanout (if necessary) can prevent the damage created when a sewer line backs up into your household drains. One of our experienced technicians can perform this service at a reasonable cost. Your technician will review your sewer line and report any causes for concern about the health of your sewer system, and present options for maintenance and repair of any problems that might lead to a sewer line blockage.

Sewer Line Blockage & Backup

Raw sewage backed up through the drains in your house can be a horrible experience. Taking the necessary steps in prevention and maintenance can help keep this messy, destructive experience from happening to you.

The Basics

Wastewater flows through small lines on your property to the larger, county lines in the street. This in turn travels to your city/county wastewater management system for reclamation. In order for this process to flow smoothly, each branch of the system must be working properly. If there is a blockage in your line, the disruption of flow can cause the sewage to run back into your home through the drains at the lowest point in your house.A blockage can occur for any number of reasons, disposal of diapers, sanitary napkins, kitchen grease and root intrusion are the most likely sources.

If a back up occurs: Call Absolute Emergency Service – 770-402-2481 immediately to have a technician on their way to assist.

  • Turn off water at the main shut off valve and discontinue and usage.

Prevention Don’ts:

  • Dispose of diapers or sanitary napkins in the toilet
  • Pour any type of grease down any drain
  • Allow trees and shrubbery to grow over and around your sewer line
  • Connect any drains or sump pumps to the sewer system

Prevention Do’s:

  • Install a plumbers test plug at the lowest floor drain in your home
  • Install a backflow valve on the lowest drain line.
  • Regularly inspect and maintain the valve
  • Have your plumber modify the line so that water is pumped to an upper level drain

Also… Locate and keep the sewer cleanout easily accessible.

If you do not have a cleanout, have one installed. The cleanout is the property owner’s responsibility. Check your homeowner’s insurance policy and make sure you are covered for backups. Clean ups are an expensive process.

Do you know where to find your sewer clean out?

Your Sewer Clean Out is a capped pipe located somewhere along your sewer line between the water source and your home’s plumbing system. This may be hard to find, and in some instances your home does not have a clean out. The quicker someone can access your sewer clean out, the less likelly a blockage result in an overflow situation.

Outside Plumbing

Call before it’s too late!

Absolute Septic has the equipment and knowledge to be your only choice for underground plumbing, replacement and repair. We take special to restore your landscaping to it’s original beauty.

Another high priority is to get the job done right, as quickly as possible so you are not inconvenienced any longer than necessary. Absolue is the number one choice for:

  • Excavation
  • Sewer Line Repair & Installation
  • Tap Repair
  • Water lines
  • Site Restoration