So here’s the story. I bought a brand new house in a new development in 14’. Fast forward to 17’ and my wife calls me and tells me there is water coming up around the inspection pipes for the laterals. Turns out my leach field won’t take it. I call a contractor and he comes out and says I’m not the only one who is having septic issues in the neighborhood and gives me the guys name and number who installed the septic system. He comes out and agrees to install two more laterals so now we are up to five laterals. Everything is going good til about a week ago when my daughter comes out of the bathroom saying “uh the toilets about to overflow, and there is water coming out of the wall. I spring to action and kill the water. I go outside and start popping off the caps to the inspection pipes and they are all filled with water and frozen to the top. I was able to get one cleaned and effluent came rushing out. We get the tank pumped and while we are getting it pumped the pumper starts talking about how he’s in the neighborhood all the time. So I call a different contractor about a leach field install and he asks where I live and he gets pretty irritated because of how many systems this guy has messed up and said I should call him which I’m going to but I wanted to see if there was even anyone else around who could. So the short of it is my leach field has failed twice in 5 1/2 years and I’m not the only one with this issue. My question is are there certain types of soils that just can’t handle it at all? I know we have clay. Is there anyway to fix this?