Replacing a septic system can be a HUGE, unexpected expense. Hiring a certified septic inspectionalist will ensure the entire septic system has been located and components evaluated. Periodic inspections of your septic system will save you money in the long term. The fee for a septic inspection well outweighs the costs of repairs and replacements found later.
Septic Inspections Include:
Locating your septic tank
Pumping the septic tank
Digital Pictures w/notes
Inspection of distribution box
Google aerial map of site
Complete NC State
Confirming all parts are functioning properly
Available Health Dept. Information
Digging up to 6"
Why Do I Need An Inspection?
Official Operation Status
Inspections will confirm whether or not your septic system is operating properly. Creech's Plumbing is licensed by the North Carolina Onsite Wastewater Contractor Inspection Certiication Board (NCOWCICB). This board created the licensing process with specific requirements to protect and ensure the correct septic inspection process for all inspections. Not all septic pumpers are licensed to perform septic inspections, the old "everything looks good" when pumping a septic tank no longer meets requirements.
Real Estate Transactions
Replacing a septic system can be a huge, unexpected expense.. especially for a new homebuyer! Even a small problem with one of these components can lead to significant trouble down the road. Hiring a certified septic inspector will ensure the entire septic system has been located and components evaluated. The fee for a septic inspection well outweighs the future costs of repairs and replacements found upfront.You should have an inspection done as soon as your house is put on the market. This will protect your home's value and avoid liability issues that might result from a malfunctioning system. Remove that level of uncertainty with a buyer/seller when it comes to home purchases with a septic tank. The septic inspection fee will well out weigh issues and future repair costs by the thousands by identifying the integrity and condition of the system. Use our 30+ years in the industry for peace of mind when buying or selling your home!
Protect The Environment
If your septic system is not working properly it will pollute your environment. More than four billion gallons of wastewater are dispersed below the ground’s surface every day. Ground water contaminated by poorly or untreated household wastewater poses dangers to drinking water and to the environment. Malfunctioning septic systems release bacteria, viruses, and chemicals toxic to local waterways. When these pollutants are released into the ground, they eventually enter streams, rivers, lakes, and more, harming local ecosystems by killing native plants, fish, and shellfish. Learn more about how septic systems can help support greener, more sustainable communities.