When buying or selling a home, there are several steps that must take place before the sale is finalized. A home inspector will inspect the ins and outs of the property, checking for potential repairs and lurking issues that may go unseen.
If the property has a septic system instead of sewer access, it’s very important that a thorough septic system inspection takes place to safeguard the buyer from any possible complications. The last thing you’d want as a buyer is to purchase a home with a failing septic tank or drain field that will need to be replaced!
Most states have strict legal requirements when it comes to inspections before the sale of real estate.
Failure to disclose problems with your septic system could result in legal action against you, and who wants that?
Performing a simple flush of the property’s toilets and running water through all the faucets and shower heads simply isn’t enough to determine the viability of the tank and drain field. These actions only offer a small glimpse into what is going on beneath the surface.
A comprehensive inspection will always be the best option for buyers and sellers alike.
A licensed septic tank contractor is the most qualified professional to handle your septic inspection. While a plumber has some experience in this area, a septic company has much more expertise to ensure everything is working properly.
One of our highly trained technicians will follow a set of guidelines and run through a list of defined checkpoints such as:
We work extensively with buyers, sellers, and professionals in the real estate industry to provide prompt and reliable real estate septic inspections. Our techs understand how crucial it is to know the full condition of the tank and drain field with complete accuracy when buying or selling real estate.
When our professionals come out for an inspection, they will take the time to go through a detailed list to make sure every part is accounted for. You’ll know right away if there are any issues with the tank, drain field, lift station, or other parts of the system.
Step 2: Get an estimate from a technician via phone when possible or in person
Step 3: Schedule the inspection
Step 4: Get a detailed report
Step 5: Follow up for any necessary fixes
Whether you are buying or selling a home or you’re a real estate professional, we promise to make the process painless! Our techs are ready to inspect your system and move on to the sale as soon as possible. We guarantee your satisfaction at all times.
Call us today for a free estimate.