Septic Inspections in Raleigh
North Carolina and surrounding areas
Just as you have a property inspected for termites, mold, and other potentially harmful conditions, your septic system should be no exception. New Leaf Septic Inspections encourages everyone to have their systems inspected regularly. Our team is prepared to help!
Like any home system, septic tanks require regular maintenance, cleaning, and repairs. If you’re considering purchasing a property on a septic system, scheduling a septic inspection will provide you with valuable information you need. The experienced professionals at New Leaf Septic Inspections are ready to work!
WHAT DO OUR INSPECTIONS INCLUDE?
Inspectors will open the tank and check the baffles & sewage flow from the current structure
The condition of the top & lids on the tank will be evaluated for leaks or cracks
We provide the property buyer or seller with a detailed list of our findings
We also provide a list of recommendations for the repairs or replacements of each of the issues discovered
WHY YOU NEED A SEPTIC TANK INSPECTION
Before you buy a home, it’s important to know the state of every system you are purchasing. A septic tank plays a vital role in the overall performance of your plumbing system as well as your property’s health and safety conditions. Because your septic tank is typically buried, a professional inspection is needed to thoroughly assess its condition, maintenance history, and likely future performance.
DETERMINE THE CONDITION
Even if you have already scheduled a property inspection prior to purchase, a separate septic inspection is necessary. Property inspectors are not plumbing or septic experts and may only check the visible portions of your septic tank to ensure it appears to be in good order. However, this simple check will reveal very little about the actual state of the system, a dedicated septic inspection is needed to determine the condition of the system.
DISCOVER POTENTIAL PROBLEMS
Septic tank problems are easy to avoid, but often costly to repair. You don’t want to move into a new property only to have to immediately consider major septic tank repair or even full system replacement. Scheduling a septic tank inspection will alert you to potential problems with the system that you can get a head start on.