Category: Septic Inspection FAQ - WNC Independent Labs
Septic Inspection: To Pump or Not to Pump
January 27, 2022
The state rules say we are required to tell our clients: Client requesting this inspection has been advised that for a complete inspection to be performed the tank needs to be pumped. And then give them the option to opt for a pump or to decline a pump. Tanks should be pumped on a regular....Read More
Arranging access with the seller
January 14, 2022
If you are buying a house (or are a buyer’s agent) ordering services with us: Please let us know if you have (or are) a buyer’s agent. Please let us know if you would like us to copy your agent on everything.If it’s listed in Canopy MLS (Buncombe, Henderson, Haywood, Madison, etc) – we can....Read More
Septic System: Uncovering & Recovering
January 12, 2022
There are a few different situations: Septic Pumping only – uncovering the lids is not included in our septic pumping service, but is available for an additional fee.Septic Inspection – our inspection includes uncovering lids if accessible and 3ft deep or less.Septic Repairs – there is a charge to uncover by hand or by small....Read More
Does someone need to be there for the Septic Inspection?
January 9, 2022
We may need access to the inside of the house to help locate the system, flush an e-locator, and test parts of the system. If the house is listed with an agent, we’ll arrange access with the list agent and no one needs to be there. If the house is not listed with an agent,....Read More
Do you need inside the house for a septic inspection?
January 3, 2022
We may need inside the house to help locate the system, flush an e-locator, or test parts of the system. If the house is listed with an agent, we’ll arrange access with the list agent and no one needs to be there. If the house is not listed with an agent, if there is a....Read More
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