The inspection of the septic system, as well as the inspection of the building, is an important step when buying or selling a property

Buying and financing a home are important milestones in a lifetime. It is therefore strongly advisable to have the septic system inspected before buying or selling a property.

To ensure that your investment is protected, it is important that the septic tank and the scrubber be inspected by an expert in the field.

The replacement of a septic system can cost over $12,000. Such an expense for a new owner can be huge. A system that does not work well is a health hazard and can potentially contaminate nearby wells. This could lead to a conflict involving the owner, the real estate broker and the seller, and could also affect the ability of the owner to perform several financial duties. For your protection, and for the protection of the environment, it is important to determine if a septic system works well before the purchase.

A well-designed system can last up to 25 years or more, provided it is maintained. A system that has not been adequately maintained can easily see its lifespan decrease from year to year. Without inspection, it is impossible to know its working condition. That’s why we offer a comprehensive inspection service to protect your investment and avoid potential conflict.

We now offer the pre-purchase inspection service in Ontario.

For information on the Septic Systems Inspection Service, please contact us:

Mathieu Berthiaume, Quebec 819-661-7501

Mathieu.septiquedd@gmail.com

David Desraspe, Ontario 613-784-9696

david.septiquedd@gmail.com

Complete inspection of the septic system included:

  1. Coordination of the septic tank drain (by an independent authorized contractor);
  2. Passing the camera between the septic tank and the house
  3. Inspection of settling elements: inlet and outlet deflectors, transverse bulkhead;
  4. Passing the camera between the septic tank and the scrubber element;
  5. Location of the dispensing line of the scrubber element (end of the field);
  6. Sounding the scrubber element to check filtering sand, net stone, accumulation of abnormal water and accumulation of undigested organic waste;
  7. Checking the pumping station: pump, float, alarm system and electrical connections;
  8. Writing a complete and personalized report
Camera Inspection