A Septic System or SubSurface Wastewater Disposal Systems, can be a critical system to have assessed when purchasing a property. A typical septic system has four main components: Plumbing coming out of the house, the tank, the leach field, and the soils around the leach field.
For a complete understanding of why Septic Inspections are important and to learn more about the functionality of a Septic System, we encourage you to listen to our educational video: Septic 101
Evaluating the functionality of your septic system is a critical part of the home buying and selling process. If this system fails or has not been maintained there can be extensive costs associated to repair or replace the system.
Why a Septic Inspection? The cost associated with replacing a system can be substantial, and could be a large burden to a new home owner. We highly encourage those who are purchasing or selling a home with a septic system to get this done at the time of inspection as well. A faulty septic system can not only be a safety hazard by leaking into surrounding soils but also is unpleasant to those around. We provide a comprehensive evaluation of the Septic system, looking at the plumbing coming out of the house, the tank, the leach field, and the toils around the leach field.
Four simple ways to schedule your Septic Inspection today:
- Phone: 207-839-6595
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Schedule online at: Schedule Inspection Immediately
- Your Real Estate Professional can schedule using their Real Estate Dashboard
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