SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTIONS
If you’re one of the few people with a deep passion for septic system regulations, you can skip this section. Otherwise, don’t panic — we’re here to help.
Like most laws both boring and complex, septic system requirements differ from state to state. Luckily, our highly-trained and permit-wielding inspectors know your local requirements inside and out. Even better, they can complete a full inspection in a just a few hours, complete with a detailed report and all paperwork handled on your behalf.
Do you live in Connecticut? We like you already.
If you’re a Real Estate Agent, we know how important getting a timely septic tank inspection can be to closing a deal. Look to us for the fastest response times in the business and, since we have the most certified inspectors in the state, we have enough coverage to make sure your inspection will never (ever ever) be delayed.
How fast are we? If “next day report turnaround” sounds lightning-quick to you, then you can call us Usain Bolt.
What’s more, we know septic systems. Like, really know them. And, when it matters, you can count on us to give the reliable inspections that keep your customers happy.
If you’re a home buyer, start here. We know septic inspections are boring at best and scary at worst, so we’ll do everything we can to make the process as quick and easy as possible.
Much like the Polka dance your grandma always tried to teach you, our proprietary process has seven steps:
- Locate your septic tank and pop it open for pumping and a quick visual inspection
- Measure your tank’s exact specs and evaluation the scum/sludge layer for system performance
- Check the system inlet line with advanced system imaging technology
- System outlet filter and baffle check (if applicable)
- Inspect all pipes leaving the property for any leaks
- Determine the effects of any water treatment, ejector/sump pump, or garbage disposal use
- Image capture your leaching system to fully evaluate the leach field function
Inspection reports are delivered lickety-split (that’s industry talk for “next day”), and we’ll also provide our guide for preventative maintenance and septic “Do’s and Don’ts.” (Sample: DON’T use your septic tank as conversation opener at dinner parties.)
Even better, each inspection comes with a shiny $50 coupon (credit on your account) that’s good for your first service call after you close on your new property. Congrats, by the way!
Getting a new home?
After checking to make sure a licensed technician has checked over a potential new place’s septic system and given it a clean record, take a visit to MassRealty.com.
Mass Realty helps people like you find real estate in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. Whether you’re searching for houses, condos, or even townhouses, our friends over there can be a huge help.