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5 Reasons to Have a Septic System Inspection

Posted by ADB Septic on January 10, 2019

septic system inspectionYour septic system is essential to keeping your home functioning properly. For this reason, inspecting your septic system is important to make sure everything remains in good working order. During a septic system inspection, a professional assess your tank as well as your system’s water flow. He or she will also provide you with a detailed report of his findings and make suggestions for future maintenance. A septic system inspection is the best way to stay informed about the state of your septic system, ensuring that you’re never caught off guard.

1. Know When to Pump

It’s recommended that you have your septic system inspected roughly every 3 years. A septic tank pumping, on the other hand, is required somewhere between 3-5 years depending on your household size and use. Having a septic system inspection can help inform your pumping schedule, letting you know whether it’s time to pump. An inspection can also reveal whether your current pumping schedule is effective to keep your system functioning properly and help you make appropriate adjustments.

2. Promote Better Performance

Regular maintenance for your septic system is a great way to avoid any serious problems. It’s also the best way to ensure that your system performs as well as it possibly can. When you make repairs and address issues right away, you can be sure that no permanent damage is done to your system. When your system avoids damage and receives the care it needs, it will run better and you will increase the longevity of the system.

3. Avoid Maintenance Emergencies

One of the biggest benefits of regular septic system inspections is the avoidance of maintenance emergencies. When you schedule regular inspections, you will be able to catch any issues before they become severe. You can then repair these issues quickly before they lead to an emergency. When you do not fix these problems early on, it can lead to serious and costly damage to your septic system.

4. Enhance Home Value

If you are planning on selling your home at any point, regular septic system inspections can be very beneficial, as they will increase the value of your home. Regular maintenance will help ensure that your system is functioning perfectly, and a well functioning system is a strong asset in your home. Additionally, if you can provide evidence, such as reports, that your system has been regularly inspected, it will help increase the value of your home.

5. Avoid Bad Home Purchases

If you are purchasing a home with a septic system, you should strongly consider an inspection before you make the purchase. Getting your new home’s septic system inspected will give you peace of mind that you will not run into any problems. In the event that an inspector finds a problem, it can be fixed before you make the purchase to avoid wasted money. Additionally, if you find serious problems, not only will you be saved from a bad purchase, but it may signal that other aspects of your new home should be inspected as well. When purchasing a home with a septic system, an inspection is the best way to ensure that you will not make a bad purchase.

 

ADB Septic | CT Septic System Inspections

A.D.B. Construction & Septic Corp. is a septic services business in Manchester, CT. We proudly serve residential and commercial customers all over Hartford County and beyond with a full slate of services. With over 20 years of experience, we have completed countless projects of all scopes and sizes. Needless to say, there is nothing we can’t do when it comes to septic tanks, sewer systems, drains, and more.

Our business is committed to meeting your needs and completing your job with the utmost professionalism and precision. We put your satisfaction, safety, and comfort at the forefront of our priority list. When you hire us, you can achieve complete peace of mind.

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Topics: Septic System Maintenance, Septic System Inspection

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