If you're buying a house with an on-site wastewater (septic) treatment system, have it professionally inspected. Our inspector is certified through the National Association of Wastewater Technicians (NAWT), an achievement that few inspectors in our area have obtained. NAWT inspectors adhere to a professional code of ethics found here. Septic systems require regular maintenance and can be costly to repair if poorly maintained. Order a certified septic inspection with your home inspection for more savings. NAWT License #14992ITC.
Only hire a NAWT licensed septic inspector. NAWT licensing ensure your inspector has been properly trained in how to perform a septic system inspection. To maintain this license, we must meet continuing education requirements every two years. This ensures we are up to date on the latest septic technologies and information.
NAWT License #14992ITC.
Septic tank lids should be located and made readily accessible prior to the inspection. If they are not visible and accessible, we will spend up to 30 min searching and will dig up to 12 inches. Note: Because lids could be 2-3 feet below the surface, we may not be able to inspection the septic aystem. A $75 digging fee may be assessed if we are unable to locate the septic lids.