The first thing a homeowner needs to do when a problem occur with their drains or seepage is not immediately reach to get the drain cleaned rather, contact professionals to come out and examine the pipes to clean and repair.
A plumber will quickly identify where the issue lies and make the necessary steps to have it fixed, often in the same time. If they are installed inside the home the sewer pipes typically have cleaning plugs that can be checked immediately for blockages and without digging out the soil around the home.
If, on the other hand, it is discovered that pipes need to be water line repair and replacement because of an issue with the septic system, it could require excavation and reconstruction, which could have been avoided by having it better maintained in the earlier years.
If you need to repair minor damage to pipes, like the case with a pipeline that has cracked as a result of pressure or shifting the plumber can complete the repairs fast by repeating the inside of the pipe using epoxy, provided that the crack isn't beyond repair.
The bright side is that having everything together makes it much easier to do the repairs, despite the mess caused by digging. This could take a while, but it's well worthwhile in the long in the long run, particularly if you plan to carry out regular maintenance on the equipment in the near future regularly to avoid further issues.