If you have read a little bit through the site you know that this is a service that basically is a part of everything that we do. There is a good reason for this. We are not going to start any type of repair or recommend pumping the system even if we don’t know exactly what the system’s current state is. At the end of the day, it is just that simple for us. We also provide inspections in the hope of spotting potential issues before they develop into more serious situations that could bring forth a major problem.
How Often Should I Call For An Inspection?
For the most part, we pair up our inspections with our maintenance services. If you have the system looked at once or twice a year then you are probably going to be pretty safe. Of course, if you suspect that you have a problem you can give us a call and we can provide an inspection of the system for you. As we have said many times before it is really the only way that we will be able to properly determine what our next course of action should be.
How Do You Inspect The System?
Some people fear that our inspections are not going to be very friendly to their landscaping. To be honest that is a fair concern to some degree. These days though we are able to determine if there is any irregular activity in the water flow before we actually take out a shovel and start digging. If we don’t happen to notice anything irregular going on there is no reason why we would have to dig up the tank. If at the end of the day we are going to have to get to digging we are going to do our best to not mess up the property.
Will You Charge For An Inspection?
That is really going to depend on the context of the inspection itself. We want to give you an example of how most of our services go so that you can get an idea of what we are talking about. Mostly what happens is people will give us a call and tell us that there is something wrong. We are then going to have to come in and find out what actually went wrong. Since most people are not going to their own inspection of the system it is going to be hard for them to tell us what they think they are going to need. Usually, the price for the inspection is waived if you are going to pay for repairs.
Are There Warning Signs?
The most telling sign that you could have a septic problem is not being able to flush the toilet. That is going to be a major problem no doubt. There are other signs like random puddles in the garden that could indicate some type of leak. Those are the two main signs that you need to know about.