Septic inspections can be a real advantage for a new home buyer. Replacing a bad septic system can cost a homeowner thousands of dollars depending on the severity of the problem. Some inspections include a visual look at the septic system while others offer a more comprehensive report on how it is functioning or how long it is expected to last.
A full inspection will reveal if there are any issues like leaking or an overflowing tank. Vegetation can also negatively impact a septic tank from roots causing damage to the structure. A full inspection will identify if there is a backflow issue or if any corrosion is taking place.
Septic damage is not an easy situation to work through, but it’s always good to know what you might be dealing with by having yours inspected.
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