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Certified Septic Inspections

State of Maine Certified Sub Surface Wastewater Septic Inspectors.

According to the EPA, over one in five U.S. households are fitted with their own septic system. These systems treat and dispose of wastewater from your toilet, shower, sinks, and washing goods. Although they are designed for long-term durability, structural problems in the septic system can occur, with common problems including blockages in plumbing or clogged sections of drainfield. Unfortunately, despite the health implications of living around a malfunctioning septic system, the septic tank is often overlooked when it comes to home maintenance and repair identification. The whole purpose of septic inspections is to give buyers (or current homeowners) up-to-date information about the overall condition of a home’s septic system. Remember, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. By identifying septic system issues early, you can save yourself thousands of dollars in repair or replacement costs. If possible, you should arrange your septic inspections to coincide with the general property inspection to ensure that you’re aware of any issues with the plumbing or septic system prior to closing.




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