Are you buying a home with a septic system? Make sure to get it inspected before signing those papers to save you money and stress down the road.
More than 85% of homebuyers who want a mortgage want a home inspection as well (U.S. General Accounting Office). This is always a good idea, because homes must meet a number of requirements before they can be eligible to sell.
If your home has a septic system, a septic inspection is just as important to ensure your home is ready to go on the market.
Millions of homeowners around the country are using septic, rather than sewer systems. Whether their septic system was a choice, or was a necessity due to lack of a shared sewer system, septic systems provide significant advantages for many who appreciate the environmentally friendly design, durability, and lower costs.
Septic tanks are a necessity if you aren’t connected to city sewer systems. A properly maintained septic system will last for years, with just a bit of common sense and a good pumping schedule. We’ll go into those in a minute, but first, let’s talk about how a septic system works.
The soil types in Arizona are like its people, unique and tough. From the red dirt of Sedona to the sandy dunes of Yuma, Arizona’s soil qualities and properties tend to vary drastically from region to region and even neighborhood to neighborhood.
At Paradise Valley Septic in Arizona, it’s no secret as to why we work so hard to properly install and maintain your septic tank systems, whether residential or commercial. A correctly installed and well maintained septic tank system means
5 Tips to Protect Your Septic Tank in Phoenix, Arizona
If you’re a perceptive person at all, you’ll find that some things have a way of telling you when they need something. Your ceiling leaks if your roof needs a patch, your lawnmower starts chugging if it’s clogged with grass, your hinges squeak when they need oil and your septic tank . . .