Drain Field Installation in Edmonds

Your septic system is something you expect to be functional, as it runs quietly in the background. Most of the time, that scenario is true, and you don’t have to worry too much about septic system malfunction. However, like other functions and appliances within the home, the septic system needs regular maintenance and checkups. A drain field, which is a component of your system, typically has a lifespan of roughly 20 years. If you’re not sure the last time you had a drain field installed, it’s perhaps time for a professional to take a look. If you’ve been in search of drain field installation in Edmonds, look to Superior Septic Services, LLC to meet all of your needs.

If you’re not sure whether you have a septic system or not, the quickest way to find out is to see if you have a water bill from the town or city. Septic systems are installed in primarily rural areas, where there is no access to town water. If you do not have a water bill, it’s most likely you have a septic system.

Septic system function is also highly important when you’re looking to buy a new home. It’s one of the first things a home inspector will check, and a faulty septic system – or drain field – can often stand in the way of you and your mortgage. Superior Septic is also qualified and certified to do home inspections, should you need that service as well.

To learn more about drain field installation in Edmonds, or to hear more about any of our other services, call Superior Septic Services, LLC today at (425)905-4285 to speak with a member of our staff.