Inspections of a septic tank can yield useful information on the condition of the current septic system. Even though the inspection does not predict the future regarding the life of the tank, the inspection can help find defects in the septic system. By evaluating the septic tank before selling or purchasing a home it can protect the buyers or sellers investment by ensuring that the septic tank is working properly. It is also sometimes required by the county to have the septic tank(s) inspected before the selling a home.
Why get your septic tank inspected?
Evaluating a septic tank can help determine the condition of the septic tank. A septic tank is a vital part of many homes located in rural areas. Without the proper management on a septic tank, costly issues could occur and septic tank replacement ranges from $4,000 - $10,000. Pumping Frequency will depend on several different factors. The most important factors include:
•Size of the Septic Tank
These factors are variable and unique to each situation, thus periodic inspections are conducted to determine the condition of the tank.
Septic Tank Inspection Includes:
- Home Sale Certified Technician
- Pump-out of the septic tank, which helps determine the overall structure of the septic system
- Inspect the inside integrity of the tank
- Inspect ground surface of disposal fields