Drywells

Most drywells are designed similar to cesspools, others are simply pits filled with rocks. Drywells are used to handle the gray water coming from the household. Gray water is non-toilet waste water. The drywell is used to handle laundry water, and also may include water from sinks, and the bath tub.

Gray water almost always contains lint, small solids, soap and detergent scum.

The Major Problem with Drywells

is that over time lint, solids, soap, and detergent scum in the waste water clog the openings of the walls of the well, and or, clog the pores of the surrounding soil that normally allows the water to filter through.

As the build up of scum on the walls of the drywell continue, water does not filter out of the well at and adequate rate. Typically, drains will began to back up when laundry is being done. Home owners usually notice that, whereas before, they could do several loads of laundry without any problems, now after one or two loads, the drains begin to back up; the well will not handle any additional water. In more advanced cases, the drains will back up on the first load, making it impossible to do laundry in the household until the problem is remedied.

Septic-Free Regular prevents the accumulation of lint, solid, soap, and detergent scum in the drywell. It will prevent deterioration in the performance of the drywell, resulting in a trouble free system.

Septic-Free F1 Super Strength unclogs drywells. It restores adequate drainage to the well and eliminates back ups. It performs the same restoration function for drywells as it does for drain fields.