Septic Tank Bacteria or a New Septic Tank System?

bioforce bacterial waste liquefier septic tank by septictankbacteria.BioForce septic product.

One of the most asked questions we receive is should I get septic tank bacteria or a new septic tank system? New septic systems are expensive There are no cheap septic system installations that cost less than septic tank bacteria. That’s a fact that a lot of septic installers hate to admit. Septic Tank Bacteria or a New Septic Tank System, To us, This is a no-brainer as we know what septic tank bacteria can and can’t do. 

  •      Septic Tank Bacteria can turn around a failed septic system over time  Yes over time.

If any septic tank product claims to turn around your non-working septic system into a working septic system overnight, Either they have a non-environmentally friendly septic product or they may have a product that may work in maybe a very small percentage of septic systems, like .01 % of all septic systems. 

Generally, you will also find the people behind the product have no direct working experience or knowledge of working septic systems. We work on septic systems every day for over 25 plus years.

We know what septic tank bacteria can and can not do.

     Sadly there are some companies who sell a “Cure All” septic tank product just like back in the old days a hundred-plus years ago. They never seem to work but you have to buy more and more of it to get it to work.

  •      Keep in mind also, If you need a good surgeon, You do not go to the local hardware or big box store for one, and with septic tank bacteria, you do not buy from the local hardware store, supermarket, or big box store for septic advice or septic bacteria products. This will cost you many thousands in the long run. We are looking to save you money.

Septic Tank Bacteria or a New Septic Tank System? What can Septic Tank Bacteria do?

  Septic Tank Bacteria can, over TIME. With just some bacteria, Will turn around a failed septic system. Time can mean years for an abused septic system and time can be as soon as 2 months.

Septic Tank Bacteria or a New Septic Tank System? If you want instant Results:

     If you want instant results, Get it pumped, and when it backs up again and it will very soon, Get it pumped again. In this case, I’d advise a new drain field installed and let the old drain field and septic tank bacteria do what Mother Nature designed them to do.

By giving at least a year’s time to work. You can isolate the old septic drain field from the new septic drain field with a tee and a valve, and let the bacteria and Mother Nature work, And it will.

Septic Tank Bacteria: Totally failed septic system:

If you had a totally failed septic system and want to bring it back to life with septic bacteria, This can be done by adding one packet of BioForce Bacterial Waste Liquefier down your toilet once a week.

If you have an inspection port on your septic tank, You can monitor the change in the tank bacteria just by looking into it. It may take 2 or more weeks before a noticeable change in the septic tank’s waste scum layer{The top floating layer in a septic tank}. You will see it look more liquefied. If it’s going in this direction, Just keep adding one packet of BioForce Bacterial Waste Liquefier to the septic tank once a week until it’s totally liquefied. 

     If after 2 or 3 weeks nothing has changed, Flush one packet every 3 days down your toilet until you see a change in the septic tank, then go back to a once-a-week packet until totally liquefied.

Please micro-manage your water usage to use as little water as possible during this time and do not use anything anti-septic. Flush only when you have to. Once the good bacteria populate the tank and clean it up, They will then enter the drain field to go to work on it then.

This is still way cheaper than a new septic system installed.

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