Septic Tank Inspections and Services

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Septic Services

If you are buying a home on septic, or are curious about the condition of your septic system, it is critical to learn about the location, design, maintenance recommendations and how the system is functioning.

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Your septic system is to be inspected when buying a new home, and every 2-3 years. A septic inspection provides an up-to-date snapshot of how a system is operating and what maintenance schedules to follow.


A fully functional modern system may “look okay,” but an inspection can uncover warning signs or existing issues.



Depending on the size and condition of a septic system and household water usage, septic tanks should be pumped out every 1-5 years.


Over time, sludge levels will build up to high or hazardous levels, and can even over-flow or back-up into unwanted places. 



Septic tank cleaning is also recommended every 1 to 5 years to prevent clogging or damage to the system. If you are unsure about cleaning, we can provide a recommendation during a septic pumping service.

Cooking waste (fats/oils/greases), excessive toilet paper waste, water softeners, cleaning chemicals or other household waste can build over-saturated sludge/scum layers in your septic tank when flushed beyond the systems limitations. All of these items naturally degrade or clog the system over time. Flushing of certain items such as cooking wastes, water softeners, and cleaning chemicals may be an auto-recommendation for cleaning.

What we do


System Research

A record check is performed with the local jurisdiction municipality. This can help identify concerns including compliance with current municipal standards, proper permits, existing design plans, complaints, etc.


    Visual Inspection

    Each septic system component is located and opened to perform a visual check of its current condition. This is an absolutely essential element of all thorough septic inspections.


      System Measurements

      The primary treatment system tank size is measured if necessary, and probed to determine the saturation levels. Typical treatment systems may be an active tank, holding tank, or a seepage pit (older systems).


      Field Probing

      The disposal field, any laterals, other filtering, or drain field elements must also be probed to determine the presence of abnormal saturation.


      Volume Loading

      The home’s plumbing system is run enough to simulate daily usage (based on maximum occupancy.) This is an exercise to make an opinion on whether the system is performing as designed.



        Final Report

        A formal report is provided to you that meets or exceeds all available municipal requirements. You will have everything needed to apply for your septic usage permit.

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