Septic Inspections

Septic Inspections

 

   You have found your dream home but you want to know about the condition of the septic system? Call us today to schedule a septic inspection! We can provide you with a written report for your lending company or realtor, and we can also provide you with a written estimate, should any issues arise.

Call us today to schedule an appointment for your septic inspection 

     Our certified staff will inspect the condition of the tank, inspect the level and quality of the sludge, effluent, and scum, the soil treatment area, and any components that complete your Wastewater Treatment System. Our office will then complete an Onsite Wastewater Treatment System Inspection Report, approved by the National Association of Wastewater Transporters, which will include a graphic drawing of the pipes, tanks, and pumps, and all of the information necessary to submit to your realtor or lender.

     Company Disclaimer: Based on what we are able to observe and our experience with onsite wastewater technology, we submit our Onsite Wastewater Treatment System Inspection Reports based on the present condition of the onsite wastewater treatment system. Maguire Wastewater Solutions is not retained to warrant, guarantee, or certify the proper functioning of the system for any period of time in the future. Because of the numerous factors (usage, soil characteristics, previous failures, etc.), which may effect the proper operation of a wastewater treatment system, the report shall not be construed as a warranty by our company that the system will function properly for any particular buyer. MAGUIRE WASTEWATER SOLUTIONS, LLC., DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY, either expressed or implied, arising from the inspection of the wastewater treatment system or the report. We are also not ascertaining the impact the system is having on the environment.

Proper maintenance will help extend the life of your system along with protecting your investment and the environment. Your septic system is designed to give you many years of service, but like other systems within and around your home, your septic system can become overwhelmed with use and misuse. It’s important to realize that the average septic system will need to be pumped free of solids once every 3-5 years and has an overall life expectancy of about 20 years. Usually you can reach or exceed these time frames with proper maintenance.

Inadequately treated wastewater can transfer diseases such as dysentery, hepatitis, and typhoid fever to animals and humans. Failing systems also leak excessive nutrients and bacteria to rivers, streams, lakes, and other waterways, destroying plant and animal habitat, closing beaches, and hurting the ecosystem of the environment. To help alleviate this type of overload make sure to fix water leaks from toilets and fixtures at the first sign of leakage.