Know What’s Happening With Your Septic Tank – Get it Inspected

Why Is a Septic Tank Inspection So Important?

All too often, people don’t know there’s anything wrong with their septic tanks until it’s too late. Scheduling a routine septic tank inspection will help you avoid septic system problems in the future. The staff at Boggero’s Septic Tank recommends having your system inspected at least once every one or two years.

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Why Is a Septic Tank Inspection So Important?

All too often, people don’t know there’s anything wrong with their septic tanks until it’s too late. Scheduling a routine septic tank inspection will help you avoid septic system problems in the future. The staff at Boggero’s Septic Tank recommends having your system inspected at least once every one or two years.

Call (864) 223-7023 For An Inspection Today

What Happens During a Septic Tank Inspection?

Your septic tank inspector will come to your home or business and go through a checklist of items. These steps cover all aspects of your septic system.

  • Find your tank’s lid and open it up
  • Check the inspection port to assess the condition of the slabs or tees
  • See if the effluent filter needs to be cleaned
  • Watch for any warning signs of a backup
  • Check for leaks
  • Check the levels of scum and sludge
  • Check any mechanical parts
  • Inspect the drainfield for signs of poor drainage

What Happens Next?

If the septic tank inspection reveals a problem, your technician will let you know what repairs need to be made. In many cases, septic tank cleaning is the best solution. If everything looks good, your septic tank inspector will give you a recommendation for the next checkup.

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