Septic Tank Inspections ServicesFull Septic Tanks Inspections in Woodstock & Metro Atlanta GA
The Original Plumber: Your #1 Septic Service Provider
Your septic tank can be your best friend when it’s working properly and vice versa. To keep that tank in tip-top shape, turn to The Original Plumber for septic tank inspection in Atlanta, GA. For a homeowner, an inspection is necessary to maintain your septic system and avoid expensive problems. And, for a home buyer, it’s essential to know the condition of your purchase.
Full Inspection Service By A Top-Rated Septic Tank Inspection Company
Ask our plumbing technicians to conduct inspections for you. Unlike some plumbers, our technicians have the training and experience to perform an inspection that lets you know the tank’s true condition. Call our office to learn more about how we handle an inspection.
How Much Does a Septic Tank Inspection Cost?
Standard septic pumping charges for a 1000 gallon tank is $350 and for a 1500 gallon tank is $450. However, if your tank is hidden for external factors or unlocatable, meaning depth over 18 inches, there may be an additional cost. Uncovering the tank from beneath a deck, concrete, or any other extensive landscaping other than dirt and grass will be an additional charge. This extra cost will be explained BEFORE any work is performed.
Performing Home and Business Drain Field Replacements
As the homeowner, there are a number of things you can do to make sure you have a clean inspection. The most important is to watch what goes into the system. For instance, food scraps placed in a garbage disposal. It’s best not to install one or use one in your kitchen as it creates a type of waste that is not easy for your septic system to handle.
Other items that aren’t friendly to the system are diapers, sanitary products, or cigarette butts. The list continues to include chemicals as they cannot be processed safely in this type of system. That means gas, paint, pesticides, and medication needs to be disposed of in an environmentally safe way. It’s very likely that your local government has arrangements for this. Taking proper care of the septic system will result in cost savings for you, and it protects the environment too!
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