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If you are in the need for a drainfield replacement then it is important to know your drainfield options. The drainfield is the final part of the septic system that receives the water and allows the percolation into the ground. There are options in the method and configuration of how the septic system drainfield can be designed. There are many drainfield products on the market. Making the right choice can be the difference between a 10 year drainfield replacement or a 25 year drainfield replacement.

At Tampa Septic, we give you the pros and cons of each type of drainfield and configuration and let you decide which is best for you. We figure that an educated consumer can decide what’s best for their septic system needs.

Septic Tank and Drainfield Installation

If a septic tank and drainfield needs to be replaced let the experts at Tampa Septic handle your septic system needs. We provide free estimates and affordable diagnostic services. Whether your needs are big or small we can take care of it all.

Riser, Lid and Effluent Filter-small

Septic tank risers and lids are a very important component of the septic system that allows the septic technician to access the filter and baffle inside the tank. There are different types of septic system effluent filters. Have Tampa Septic explain the differences between the good ones and the bad ones.

Septic Repair Installation

This installation is an Infiltrator chamber system in a trench configuration. There are several different types of drainfield product that can be used. Infiltrator Chambers are a great system backed by an excellent company.

PTI Drainfield Replacement

This is a PTI drainfield product that is installed in a bed configuration. When you install drainfield in a bed configuration you fill the spaces between the trenches with extra product. Therefore you have more drainfield and storage capacity in a smaller area.

Drip Irrigation System

A drip irrigation system can be used to fit your septic system on a tight lot or lower the septic mound and shrink the overall size of the septic system to allow the installation of other features desired by the homeowner. Also, some people just don’t want a mounded septic system. The use of Geoflow drip irrigation allows the system to be more aesthetically pleasing.

So, when it comes to drainfield replacements then let the experts at Tampa Septic show you the differences between each system. Please free to call us today.