Septic System Inspection Preparation | Evergreen On Site
Are You Ready for Your Septic System Inspection?
Do you have a septic system inspection on the horizon? It’s important to schedule regular inspections and tank pumping with your septic service company. Neglecting to do these things can cause significant problems that may result in expensive repairs or, possibly, even the need for a new septic tank installation. If you’ve never had a septic system inspection, however, you may be wondering what to expect from the experience. To help ensure you’re prepared for your septic system inspection, here’s what to anticipate.
1. Your Septic Service Contractor Will Have Questions
The first thing you should expect when you schedule a septic system inspection is a lot of questions. Your contractor will need to know about your water usage, any problems you’ve noticed, previous maintenance work, and how frequently you plan to use the system in the next three to five years.
2. The Inspection Will Be Thorough
Your contractor will then perform a thorough septic tank inspection. This will include checking liquid levels and looking for potential septic repairs. You should also be prepared to direct your inspector to your drainfield.
3. It May be Time for Septic Tank Pumping
Depending on the last time you had your septic tank pumped, your septic system inspector may recommend pumping at the time of the inspection. Generally, this is a process that should occur every three to five years.
Need to Schedule a Septic System Inspection Today?
When was your last septic system inspection? If it’s time for you to call a professional, don’t put it off any longer. ContactEvergreen On Site today to schedule an appointment with one of our contractors. We offer a variety of services and will be happy to answer any and all of your questions. For more information about our company or to schedule an appointment online, visit our website. Need to speak with a representative? Call (425) 276–7775 today!