Call D. Kyle Stearns Contracting when you have septic drainage issues, need a septic field dug, or a septic tank installed. We also offer sewer line repair and septic line replacement. Our service area includes Storrs and surrounding towns in eastern Connecticut. In rural settings, many homes have their own septic systems, consisting of a septic tank, the septic drain field, and pipelines. When waste water can no longer flow into your leach field, the waste may back up into your house. There are early warning signs that your waste water can no longer flow into your leach field. Unfortunately, a foul odor may not be the first sign of trouble brewing in your system. Have you found waste water pooling in your yard? Do gases bubble up in your toilet? Don’t wait until you find backup of sewage into your toilet or basement! If you let the problem go untreated long enough, you could find yourself with a completely obstructed sewer pipe.
Tree roots are drawn toward nutrients, and may infiltrate your pipes or grow into your tank. The presence of trees over the leach field lines usually lead to damage, leaks, and total takeover of the roots in the perforated pipelines. Very old, large trees have deep and wide root spans. Ultimately, roots may infiltrate the septic tank itself. When tree roots have infiltrated your septic pipes, you may experience backups and poor drainage. It’s important to be proactive when you are not sure what is causing your septic system to fail. Many people assume that if their septic system is backing up they should have the tank pumped out more frequently. Don’t risk damage to your tank or backup of waste into your home. You should call in a local septic expert like Kyle to inspect your lines and get to the bottom of the issue. If you think your septic lines may be clogged or broken, call Kyle for a consultation today: 860-450-1592.