You can get a PSMA or a non-PSMA real estate septic inspection performed on your septic system for your potential new home. As part of our inspection, your septic tank and drainfield will be inspected to ensure they are in good working condition.
If no one has lived at the home or on the property for a length of time, our reliable experts will perform a load test on your system. With a septic inspection you can know if a prospective system is functioning properly before you purchase a property. As part of our inspection process we will help you know if any repairs or replacements are necessary before moving in to your new home.
If problems are found, you’ll receive knowledgeable advice from our team in assisting you through negotiations or repairs with the owner of the property.
Below, watch Matt Weaver of Sonco, LLC give an overview of Septic Inspections and Why They Are Important:
Don’t know where your septic system is on your property?
Your septic system will successfully be located with our state-of-the-art equipment.
You won’t spend more than necessary on your septic systems.
- In-ground drainfields
- Sand mounds
- Infiltrator systems
- Drip systems
- Any other type of specialty septic system