If so, you might have a leach field failure!
A septic system fails for various reasons: poor design or installation, overuse, septic tank overflow or even just the age of the system.
Pipes can break, leach field lines clog or the distribution box can collapse. Your leach field can even lose the oxygen rich soil conditions required for well-functioning system resulting in a clogged septic field and the bubbling up of untreated waste water.
Identifying and isolating the problem early can restrict the problem to one part of the system instead of the entire leach field. The first step of the Septic Scrub service includes inspection and pumping of the distribution, or J-Box. The second step is the application of an environmentally safe bio-agent to the leach lines to promote conditions that support sludge eating aerobic bacteria. If your leach field conditions are not too severe, this can get your system running for the least amount of money. If your leach field problems are more severe with broken pipes or a collapsing distribution box, repairs and replacements may be necessary. If necessary, a completely new drain field can be sited, designed and installed. And unlike others, S&E Septic has the field experience to troubleshoot and locate the problems while minimizing damage to your property.