When you need a new or replacement leach field dug for your Tolland County septic system, call D. Kyle Stearns Contracting, Inc. A leach field is also known as a septic drain field. Your septic tank, distribution box (J-box) and leach field make up your entire sewage treatment system. When properly installed and well maintained, your leach field should give you no trouble as long as it is maintained properly.
Installation of a household septic system should be done by a professional with experience in the field. In rural areas like eastern Connecticut, many households are not hooked up to municipal water or centralized sewer systems. Your septic system uses a combination of nature and technology to treat wastewater from household laundry, kitchen and bathroom plumbing. Your leach field is installed in a flat, open area, where a series of perforated pipes are installed in shallow gravel-lined channels. Wastewater which has been partially treated in the septic tank then drains into the surrounding soil.
When you want an honest contractor, a fair estimate and a thoroughly professional installation, call D. Kyle Stearns Contracting first Kyle’s work order includes a written contract before commencing a project, the scope of the project to be performed in detail, and a written guarantee that you will be satisfied with the work performed. Kyle gives regular updates and progress reports to the client during the job. Kyle is a perfectionist and works closely with his crew to make certain the job is done to his high standards. Call Kyle today at 860-450-1592 for your septic system installation estimate.