Septic Inspection Service in Connecticut
What is a Septic Inspection?
A septic inspection is a thorough and comprehensive assessment of your septic system's health. It involves our trained experts examining the entire system, from the septic tank to the drain field. We use cutting-edge technology, including sewer cameras, to ensure no detail goes unnoticed.
Our Septic Inspection Process
- Is the septic tank structurally sound?
- Are the baffles and access covers intact and functioning?
- Are the effluent pipe and distribution box in operable condition?
- Is the leaching area working as designed?
- The Excavation of the access covers to the septic tank to assess the condition of the tank itself, looking for cracks, decay or root intrusion. Verifying the condition of the inlet and outlet baffles. And evaluating the operating liquid level of the tank. Excavation is limited to 3' x 4' x 3' ($75/ft for each additional foot of excavation required).
- As required, a camera will be fed through the outlet baffle (when accessible) to evaluate the effluent pipe and the distribution box on its condition.
- Excavate the distribution box when accessible. This is where the flow test will be monitored to ensure the effluent is accepted by the leaching system with no backflow into the septic tank.
- The leaching area will be visually inspected at the surface for previous signs of ponding, probed for areas of effluent saturation and dye used when necessary to identify areas of potential effluent seepage.
- A walkthrough of the current system with the client, answering questions and supplying proper care and maintenance tips, in addition to a comprehensive report of the onsite findings. Walk through is only available at the time of inspection.
Why Should You Get a Septic Inspection?
A septic inspection should always be performed for not only a prospective home buyer but also routinely for current home owners. Septic systems need repairs over time that can increase its life. These can become costly if the not maintained properly. An inspection will help to identify these areas:
Prevent Costly Repairs: By catching issues early, you can avoid expensive repairs or even complete system replacement.
Health Issues: A malfunctioning septic system can lead to contamination of your water supply, posing serious health risks. Regular inspections help keep your family safe.
Environmental Responsibility: A well-maintained septic system is eco-friendly, ensuring that harmful contaminants don't seep into the ground and water sources.
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