What is Septic Sand?
Septic sand is a finely crushed rock material. The composition of septic sand can vary, but functionally, they all work the same. MJS Materials or your septic system installer can recommend the proper grain of sand to use for your septic system.
How a Sand Filter Septic System Works
If your home or property uses a septic system, there’s a good chance that there is a sand filter component to that septic configuration. The sand filter is located after the main septic tank area, where wastewater from your home is initially treated. The sand filter helps to purify water as it is naturally dispersed back into the ground. This sort of septic system is mostly utilized where the natural soil is insufficient at effectively filtering wastewater. This area is called a drain field, or a leach field. When you’re designing this area of your landscape architecture, it is important not to place anything impermeable above this drain field. This could negatively affect the efficiency of the drain field and the sand filter located beneath.
Let MJS Materials Be Your Septic Sand Provider
Whether you need a large amount of septic sand, or just enough to cover a small area, MJS Materials is prepared to have you (and your ground) covered! We have a large fleet of haulers and loaders that can deliver septic sand directly to your property quickly. We have been serving Florida for over 30 years, and your satisfaction is our number one priority. Contact us today if you have any questions regarding septic sand, and our materials experts will provide you with a knowledgeable answer. We can’t wait to help you get started on your next home construction project, and we hope you won’t hesitate to contact us for all of your rock, sand, and material needs!