Septic Inspection

When was the last time you had your septic system inspected?

It is recommended that you get a visual inspection done every 3 to 5 years (depending on usage) to ensure the tank, pump, electronics, drain field and baffles are working properly.

There’s nothing worse than a toilet that doesn’t flush or a bath tub full of sewage.

Regular inspections can help avoid these large inconveniences.

 

Septic inspections are required as a part of home inspections for new home purchases or sales.

 

During a septic system inspection, the technician will ask a variety of questions regarding past and present usage and the history of maintenance to better assess your situation.

We provide a detailed report describing the condition of the septic system that includes:

All components:

  • Pumps, baffles, controller and tank
  • Identifies any potential problem areas
  • Recommendation for repairs and maintenance

Septic tank inspection:

  • Open septic tank and visually inspect sludge levels
  • Check pump
  • Clean and check baffles
  • Clean effluent filter
  • Electronic controls will be inspected
  • Visual inspection of drain field area