Septic Inspection

Do you need a septic inspection? About to buy or sell a property with a septic system that needs inspection first? Our qualified septic inspectors will be happy to arrange an inspection of your existing or new septic system.  Our priority is to provide our customers in Ottawa & the surrounding area with an honest, accurate and non- biased service with a fair and timely septic inspection report. This will help you make informed decisions in your investments and decisions with more ease and peace of mind. 

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What You Need To Know About Septic Inspections

Why is a Septic Inspection necessary?

To protect your investment from the rising costs of septic system repairs and to insure your system is in good operational condition.

Do I need to be present for the inspection?

While it is not required for you to be present, we will need access inside the home. We strongly recommend that you are present for the septic inspection because you can see first hand whether problems are present. You can also see where each part of the system is for future reference.

Is it required that the tank be pumped at the time of inspection?

A full septic pump-out is not required for a residential Real Estate septic inspection.
Our septic inspector recommends the tank to be at its normal operational levels for the completion of the inspection. If and when we recommend a maintenance pump-out, we suggest you do so after taking possession of property.

How long does it take to generate the written report?

Our septic inspector can mail, fax or email you a copy of the written report the next business day after the inspection. You can receive a verbal report on the system if you attend the inspection, or you can request a phone call on the status of the system.

What does a septic inspection report determine?

  • Volume of the tank is determined by its length, width, and depth
  • Structure of the tank
  • Liquid levels in tank in relation to inlet line
  • Amount of solid and sludge accumulation in tank
  • All incoming pipes are open
  • Square footage of drain-field / leech-field
  • If system is working properly at time of inspection
  • Noted if trees are in drain-field / leech-field area

If you require a septic inspection you can count on our septic inspectors to provide you with timely, accurate and professional assesement (and if necessary, recommendations for septic repair).  We understand having a septic inspection you can rely on is critical when you are buying or selling a home in Ottawa or the area.  So if you need to arrange a septic inspection for your home, give us a call today to find out how we can serve you.