When Should I Have A Septic Tank Survey
Carrying out a septic tank survey at the first sign of a problem is the best course of action. Addressing a septic tank issue in its early stages will make the issue easier, and therefore cheaper to fix. By being able to identify the issue early, we’ll likely be able to repair the septic tank instead of replacing it. With a new septic tank often costing more than £10,000, leaving the issue be, could end up costing you a lot of money. While there isn’t a legal requirement to carry out a regular septic tank inspection, keeping track of the health of you tank is a wise approach. So, next time you’re planning on emptying your septic tank, why not give Drain Division a call to arrange an inspection?
If you’re buying or selling a property that utilises a septic tank, then it’s advisable that you get it inspected. Pre-purchase septic tank surveys can protect you from additional unexpected costs, especially important when outlaying so much money on a new property. At the same time, Drain Division can also inspect your drains to make sure your whole system is up to scratch.