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Lift station septic system installation on a detached office/studio in Fort Worth, Texas by KountyWide Septic Service.
Liberty Pro 370 installed along with about 150 feet of 2 inch pressure pipe connected to the main sewer line coming from the house.
Top view of install. This lift station has a very small foot print and can be installed in very tight spaces.
Completed install with carbon filter on riser lid for oder control. This lift station requires a digout of roughly only 30"x 44". Great as a add-on for a barn or office studio.
This was a new home installation.
No way to remove the pump for inspection or cleaning.
No way to clean out the tank without cutting and removing the plumbing and electrical.
No way to inspect the tank or the pump.
Electrical junction box not waterproof in a 100% humidity environment.
Remember, you get what you pay for!
Off to TEEX in Mesquite for training Jan 16-18. More training even better service! For all your septic and aerobic service needs contact KountyWide Septic Service at 817-714-4202, serving the greater Fort Worth metro area.
Fun off to TEEX for some training this week!
KountyWide Septic Service can handle any job, including pumping out and replacing the pump in a 12 foot deep lift station in Alvarado, Texas 76009
This lift station takes the raw waste from a truck service shop into the trash tank of an aerobic septic system for processing. Because the pump failed, this lift station was filled with several thousand gallons of raw waste. KountyWide Septic Service serves the greater Fort Worth metro area servicing all types of septic and aerobic systems. Call 817-714-4202 for prompt, professional service.
Fireants love to get inside electrical components and a nice warm aerator that has to constanly run is no exception. Notice how they build there nest in the air filter. They will get in their chew on parts, bring in dirt and bury their dead inside the aerator as the pictures below show.
A few images from the jobsite of a pumped effluent drainfield system installed by KountyWide Septic Service in Aledo, Texas.
Although not the clearest picture, this image shows a lift pump I installed in the basement of a Granbury lake house. This pump lifted the raw sewage via 2 inch pipe to a 1000 gallon septic tank system. The drainfield consisted of two ET fields separated by a bull-run valve. Interesting layout. Call KountyWide Septic for service. (817) 714-4202
This is a picture looking down into a riser of a pumped effluent drainfield system I installed in Aledo, Texas. If you are have any type of system installed that involves sub-surface drainage, you should have a filter like this installed. It will saved a drainfilled from killers like lint, wipes etc. It has a 1/16" filter that makes sure only water and small organic debris passes out to the drainfield
The two photographs below show some of the conditions I find when performing a professional septic inspection. The first photo shows the concrete remains of the full septic tank lid and the round access port lid. If the replacement lid was installed by a licensed installer, they should have removed the debris in the bottom. But that whats separates professionals from everyone else is a complete job. Dirty work but it should have been done. It takes up tank volume and holds sludge.
The second photo shows the outlet baffle on the second tank failing. The consequences of this will be septic scum (fats, oils, grease and hair) moving out into the drainfield, causing premature failure.
This is an old style Aquasafe 5+5 fiberglass aerobic unit that is showing definite separation of the lower aeration tank from the upper cone. These units have now been redesigned and the new design, lighweight and corrosion proof, is useful in tight areas where it would be hard to manuever and install a 14,000 pound concrete tank.
Bryan E Russell CPA