The rule of the thumb: The average household septic system should be inspected at least every three years by a septic service professional. Remember to have your septic tank pumped out regularly by a registered tank cleaner every 3 to 5 years and keep your records.
Taking The First step: Begins with a septic inspection!
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Understanding Septic H Systems Inspection:
All advanced treatment systems are now required to meet new nitrogen levels. Homeowners also have new responsibilities, including maintenance of their systems to meet the regulations (they can be certified in a homeowner training program) and hiring only licensed system contractors for repair or replacement of any components. All septic systems must now be inspected before a change in property ownership.
**Properly maintaining and ensuring the proper functioning of any type of Delaware septic systems is vital to protecting our private drinking water wells.
If you are ready to sell your home in Delaware or have a failing septic system now may be the time to ask for an appointment to have your septic system inspected. Not only does a good working system help protect waterways but may also protect the home owner, home buyer or home seller from running into an unhealthy septic system.