Escanaba, Michigan, Northern Wisconsin, Florence County, Delta County
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Septic Inspection

 

If you are buying a home with a private septic sewage system, you should consider having a load and dye test performed as part of your home inspection service. The test will serve as an indication that the septic tank, leach field, and plumbing drains are in working order at the time of the inspection. Prior to purchase, it makes good sense to have the tank pumped and the inside of the tank inspected for damage by a professional septic contractor. I think it's a good idea to start with a 'fresh' tank.  Often, you can negotiate with the seller to have them pay for the pumping.
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© 2015-2020 HouseTek Professional Home Inspections
“Inspection Excellence”
Your Protection Is My Business!

Septic Inspection

 

If you are buying a home with a private septic sewage system, you should consider having a load and dye test performed as part of your home inspection service. The test will serve as an indication that the septic tank, leach field, and plumbing drains are in working order at the time of the inspection. Prior to purchase, it makes good sense to have the tank pumped and the inside of the tank inspected for damage by a professional septic contractor. I think it's a good idea to start with a 'fresh' tank.  Often, you can negotiate with the seller to have them pay for the pumping.