Your septic tank, drainfield, and reserve drainfield should be clearly designated on the “as-built” drawing for your home. (An “as-built” drawing is a line drawing that accurately portrays the buildings on your property and is usually filed in your local municipality building department’s records.) You might also see lids or manhole covers for your septic tank. Older tanks are often hard to find because there are no visible parts. An inspector/pumper can help you locate your septic system if your septic tank has no risers.
- Clogged Septic Lines – Causes and Solutions
- Finding Your Septic
- Septic Backup – Tips for Dealing with a Clog
- Septic System Failure – Finding the Cause
- Septic Tank Pumping
- Septic Treatment – The Role of Helpful Bacteria
- Septic Treatments – Restoring the Natural Bacteria Balance
- What is a Septic System and How Does it Work?