Avoid Digging Deep When Designing Drainfields

Keeping the trenches shallow allows the trench bottom to be located above the required separation distance from a limiting soil layer

Avoid Digging Deep When Designing Drainfields

A while back an installer we have worked with sent soil pictures to interpret with the comments that when he dug up an existing failing system “the best I could dig was about 8.5 feet deep in about 4 different spots. Soil was tight and when it broke out it was almost like rock,...

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