If you have a septic system, your septic contractor is likely to recommend routine septic pumping. Not only does this ensure that your septic tank never gets overly full or causes a septic backup, but it’s also the ideal time to complete thorough septic inspections.
Most property owners think of septic pumping as just a basic service that involves cleaning the septic tank, and then the job is done. In reality, septic inspections are an important portion of this service and often include a full inspection of all the important components of your septic system.
There are some other times when a septic inspection can save your system, however. For example, during a real estate sale, septic inspections are critical for determining the condition of a septic tank and the septic drain field. Additionally, septic inspections may be the only way to determine if there is a clog or damage that is causing septic problems inside your home or business.
Notably, septic inspections along with septic pumping are the two most proactive things you can schedule to ensure that your septic system is in good working order. It’s also important to have a conversation with your septic professionals about what to expect during this service and request a report if you want to know the findings more definitively.
At Tampa Septic, we offer both residential and commercial septic systems, and we are confident we can keep your wastewater management system in great working order year after year. Contact us today if you suspect you have a septic concern or would like more information about what a septic inspection report includes.