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Septic System Inspection


This is a very important inspection to include in your new home purchase budget.

A simple dye test will give us a good indication of any leakage from the house to the septic tank. This is the normal low cost real estate transaction method.


For a thorough septic system inspection we will recommend a couple of well established licensed and certified septic system companies to our clients. The up front cost may be somewhat overwhelming but the benefits will be well worth it.


Contact your local health department for records on the septic system. This information will be helpful towards the septic inspection.


A complete Septic Inspection may include:

  • uncover septic tank access
  • pump out the septic tank
  • visually inspect septic tank interior including baffles
  • uncover D-box and visually inspect, (if applicable)
  • locating and inspecting parimeter drain and leech field fingers available

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Contact me now to schedule your inspection.


NACHI ID: 11070506

Indiana State License: HI01100033




Serving the following Indiana cities.

Kokomo, Sharpville, Tipton, Greentown, Michigantown, Frankfort, Kempton, Swayzee, Converse, Russiaville, Burlington, Indian Heights, Plevna, Wawpecong, Phlox, Bunker Hill, Peru, Mexico,Twelve Mile, Royal Center, Logansport, Jerome, Sycamore, Curtisville, Hobbs, Goldsmith, Kempton, Middlefork, Beard, West Middleton, New London, Burrows, Camden, Flora, Bringhurst, Cutler, Judson, Wheeling, Lincoln, Deacon, Anoka, Walton, Galveston, Sedalia, Russiaville, Forest, Windfall, Rockfield, Burrows, Clymers, Onward, Lewisburg, Dunkirk, Adamsboro, New Waverly, Amboy, Marion, Lafayette, West Lafayette, Frankfort, Nobelsville, Carmel, Indianapolis

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