septic system Inspection
Complete septic system inspection
A septic inspection is recommended before transferring a property to a new owner. In some cases, when the system is not working properly, there is a need for an inspection to locate the issues before they cause greater damage.
A standard septic inspection includes:
Locating the septic tank.
Removing the covers.
Inspecting the inlet, outlet baffle, also the partition wall.
Inspecting the operational level of sewage.
Locating the chamber of the pump (if required), CK pump, alarm operation, and float.
Septic inspections can have different levels of complexity and, based on that completion, and times will vary. Also, it can depend on the findings of the on-site inspector. Usually, septic inspections can take anywhere from forty-five minutes to three hours.