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Do you know where the water goes when you empty a sink or flush a toilet? If your home is in a city, the wastewater likely goes into a municipal sanitary sewer system to a sewage treatment plant. If your home is located in a rural area or a small community, you are likely one of the 25 per cent of Canadians whose wastewater is treated by a septic system (also referred to as an onsite wastewater system). A septic system treats your sewage right in your own yard and releases the treated effluent back into the groundwater.

A properly functioning septic system receives all the wastewater created from household use (including toilets, showers, sinks, dishwasher, washing machine, and so on), treats the wastewater
to a safe level, and returns the treated effluent to the groundwater system.

A conventional septic system is composed of a septic tank and a soil filter called a leaching bed. A leaching bed may also be called
a drain field, an absorption field or a tile field.

The purpose of the septic tank is to separate liquids from solids and to provide some breakdown of organic matter in the wastewater. A septic tank is a buried, watertight container made from concrete, polyethylene or fibreglass.

Repair Septic Tank

In the past, the tank was sometimes made of steel or wood. If you have a steel tank, it is likely rusted through and needs replacing. If you have a wooden one it is likely rotting and may need replacing.

Our licensed plumbers at septic tank and field repair are also trenchless - no digging - water and sewer pipe line replacement specialists. We can replace these lines in your home without having to dig up your garden, driveway, landscaping etc. We service Vancouver, North and West Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Delta, Surrey, Richmond, New Westminster, Maple Ridge.

When you have a septic tank and field repair or other plumbing problem, call our office and have a qualified plumber in your house in no time and handle what ever plumbing difficulties you might have. On home repair or home renovations, it is even more essential to get the right plumbing company, and thatís us.

So contact us today at: 604-739-2000 for any emergency, clogged toilet/drain and various plumbing work.

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