Septic Tank Inspection
Want to Make Sure Your System Is All Good? Get a Septic Tank Inspection
“Out of sight, out of mind” is a saying that could certainly apply to your septic system. So how can you tell if there’s trouble brewing underground? A septic tank inspection from Hudson Septic Tank Cleaning is the most reliable way to make sure everything’s working as it should.
What’s Included in an Inspection?
Your septic tank inspection will include a number of different things:
- Inspection of tank walls for cracks
- Inspection of baffles and tee joints for signs of erosion
- Inspection of filters
- Inspection of mechanical parts
- Check levels of sludge and scum
- Check for signs of drainage problems
Septic Inspections for Real Estate Closings
If you’re looking to buy a home that’s on a septic system, make sure you have it inspected before your closing. After we’ve taken a look, we’ll provide you with an authentication letter that shows what we found—good or bad. This service also includes a pump out of the septic tank.
What Happens After Your Septic System Is Inspected?
Once a member of our team has completed the inspection, they’ll let you know what they found. If repairs need to be made, we’ll give you the details and an estimate of what it will cost to fix it. (Often, pumping service is all you’ll need.) When you work with Hudson Septic Tank Cleaning, you can trust you’re getting honest advice. We’ll never tell you to fix something unless you absolutely need it.