Leach Fields

If your leach field is flooding, contact ALL TREASURE VALLEY SEPTIC SERVICE, INC. and we will send our expert technicians to inspect and repair any problem immediately at the most affordable price. We have the trucks, equipment, and supplies to repair any problem. Since 1987, we at ALL TREASURE VALLEY SEPTIC SERVICE, INC. have been helping clients in Western Idaho and Eastern Oregon.

If you notice soggy grass or flooding in your leach field (septic tank drain field) near your septic tank, you probably are experiencing a constantly running toilet or a leaky faucet. Your septic tank usually gets a break when everyone is out of the house during the day or at night when everyone is sleeping. If you have a running toilet or a leaky faucet, your septic system and leach field has to work overtime and sometimes it can’t keep up. That’s when the leach field becomes swampy or flooded.

Leach fields are constructed to remove contaminates and impurities from the liquid that comes out of your septic tank. The leach field is where some of the organic material is disposed. It typically consists of a system of trenches containing perforated pipes or gravel covered with a layer of soil. It deposits water from the septic tank. A constantly running toilet or a leaky faucet can cause your leach field to overflow. This excess water can enter your house’s foundation and cause it to shift or crack, creating thousands of dollars in damages. It is much less expensive to fix your faucet or toilet than to repair a ruined foundation.

Call today All Treasure Valley Septic Service, Inc. at 208-549-3603.