We offer septic inspection services in Becker, MN. Typically, a septic system, when it is functioning the way it’s supposed to, is considered out of sight, out of mind for the average homeowner. While a septic system does not need constant maintenance, a little extra care can ensure that your system is around to serve you and your family for years to come. Here are a few reasons that you should consider regular inspections of your septic system.
A benefit of having your septic system and drain field inspected regularly is that inspections can help to identify septic-related issues as they emerge, preventing them from becoming emergency situations, which, in turn, helps you to save money in the long run.
Keeping Your Septic System Functioning At Its Best
By tackling septic-related issues as they arrive, and having a professional inspect your system regularly, you ensure that your entire system is operating at peak performance. A professional will also be able to not only ensure that the system is running well now but may be able to foresee problems that may be coming up, which allows you to better plan and budget.
Similar to keeping your vehicle inspected and all maintenance-related paperwork, having your home’s major systems (including the septic system) regularly inspected and repaired, the resale value of your home increases accordingly. Wouldn’t you feel better about purchasing a home that has had routine inspections and where the outgoing homeowners have been diligent about tackling issues as they have arisen?
What Is Completed During A Septic System Inspection
First, the liquid levels in your septic tank are assessed. If the inspector can access the tank access hole, otherwise, they will dig small test holes and look for any standing water that may seem excessive. The inspector will then move to the interior of the house and will check water pressure and drainage function. The inspector will notate any findings and should provide you with a copy of the report, outlining any outstanding issues and recommendations to repair the issues.
Scheduling A Septic System Inspection In Becker MN
To schedule your inspection or to receive a Minnesota certificate of compliance for your septic system, call the septic professionals at Custom Septic by calling (763) 218-4769. Our professionals are licensed, bonded, and certified by the State of Minnesota.