Do you have a scheduled septic system evaluation for your Arlington property? Whether you need a septic system inspection or pumping, you may have some questions about how the process works. This is especially so if you have never utilized such services before. Here is how you prepare and what to expect for the upcoming inspection and consultation.
Ask Lots of Questions
You probably have a lot of questions running through your mind. Don’t hesitate to ask all the questions you need. In fact, the inspector will likely have questions of his own, such as the age of your system or the date of the last inspection. Be prepared to answer these questions and possibly show documentation. This will help the inspector determine the septic system’s condition and determine the work, if any, that needs to be done.
A Full Inspection
Do you know what’s included in a full inspection? A thorough inspection includes an evaluation of the drain field and the system’s many pipes. The inspection includes a check for leaks, effluent overflow, etc.
Potential Septic Tank Pumping
You should schedule a septic tank pumping every three to five years. Unless you had a pumping done within this timeframe, the inspector will likely conduct one on the spot. Pumping to clear the tank may also reveal hidden damages or other issues that require immediate attention or repairs.
Schedule a Septic System Evaluation in Arlington Today!
Has it been a while since your last septic system evaluation? Maybe this is the first inspection ever. Whatever the case, contact The Septic Group for a thorough assessment of your septic system to ensure it’s operating at peak levels. Contact us today for a free estimate and receive a superior septic system inspection from the pros.
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