Septic System Problems
These systems are typically very low maintenance and only require occasional pumping and checking on system components to keep them operating efficiently. Unfortunately, when a septic system stops working, it prevents the operation of any drains in the house. There can be system backup into the home or commercial property, the need to dig up the yard or septic line, tank, or field, and the need to replace landscaping after the process.
One way to avoid this problem is to schedule septic inspections with Northwest Septic Operation & Maintenance. Our team can inspect your system, providing information on basic repairs or recommendations to keep your system operating efficiently. In addition, we provide all the septic repair or septic pumping you may require.
We offer septic inspections for home sales in Kingston WA, Hansville WA, Silverdale WA, Bainbridge Island WA, Poulsbo WA, Bremerton WA, and Port Orchard WA. These types of septic inspections are now required as part of the Loan Inspection Report for any home with a septic system in our area. Our team will arrive at the scheduled time, providing the necessary report and documentation to satisfy the mandatory inspection requirements.
Our septic system technicians provide an inspection at your convenience, ensuring your home is ready to sell. Our team also provides septic system inspections for commercial properties in the area.
We comply with all state environmental directives. We make sure that all septic service and maintenance activities use safe, sanitary and environmentally conscious procedures and techniques. The environment matters and we while we work in Kitsap County, we live here too! You can trust that we will follow the best environmental practices in maintaining and servicing your septic system.
At Northwest Septic O&M, we pride ourselves in taking care of our customers. We provide the complete range of septic maintenance and service, 7 days a week 24 hours a day. If you need help, you can expect the highest customer service standard.
Ask any of our current customers and they will tell you that we can be trusted as reliable and experienced septic service providers. We get it, septic systems are probably not what you want to be thinking or worrying about on a day to day basis. If you need septic service, we want you to trust that you can rely on us to professionally handle your septic issue.
Frequently Asked Questions
At Northwest Septic Operations & Maintenance, we are dedicated to meeting the needs of our customers. This means addressing any questions or concerns that you may have related to septic inspections.
How much is a septic inspection?
The average cost of a septic inspection is between $300 and $600. The actual cost depends on the size of the septic tank and the extent of the inspection.
How often do I need to inspect the septic system?
It is recommended by industry experts that you have your septic system inspected by a licensed professional at least every two to five years. This is about the same time that you should have your septic tank pumped by a professional as part of the regularly scheduled maintenance of your system.
How long does a septic inspection take?
The time that it takes to perform a septic tank inspection will vary for a couple of reasons. The complexity of the system as well as the field inspector’s findings onsite are among the greatest factors for time to complete the inspection. However, in general, the average septic tank inspection can take anywhere from 45 minutes to 3 hours.
Is a septic tank inspection necessary?
Septic tank inspections are important to keeping your family safe and healthy. Septic tank inspections are necessary to make sure that your septic tank is in good working order and that there are not any potential problems with the system. Investing in regularly scheduled septic tank inspections is considerably less expensive than having to do costly repairs or replace your entire system. Without any doubt, regular septic tank inspections are a wise investment.