Many homeowners believe that just because their septic system is underground, their system is well protected. Unfortunately, that isn’t necessarily the case. While your septic system generally doesn’t see the same kind of use that your plumbing system sees on the average day, it still remains one of the most-used aspects of your home.

At Poo-man our team of professionals have taken time to put together this short list that we hope you will take a few minutes to read through before giving us a call to schedule your septic inspection today.

Inspections and Certifications

Septic system inspections are actually a key part in knowing exactly when the time is right to have your tank pumped out. This can be especially important if you have just moved into a new home with a septic tank or selling your home to aid in your re-sale , your bank might refuse to approve you for a loan. Don’t let the need to have your prospective home’s septic system inspected take the wind out of your sails, at Poo-Man you will get a quick thorough inspection and certification, so you won’t have to wait to move into your new home. You will get the knowledge that your septic tank is in proper working order, so that you can buy or sell your home with confidence.

Avoid Backups with Tank Maintenance

Believe it or not, septic system inspections are also crucial when it comes to preventative maintenance. During your inspection, one of our septic system professionals will be able to identify whether or not any clogs or backups are present that might require urgent attention. By taking the time to get this inspection done, you can go a long way in helping to prevent any unexpected septic emergencies. We offer maintenance packages to meet your needs, ask one our professionals to customize the package right for you.

Prevent Soil Contamination

Finally, septic system inspections are very important for helping to avoid any kind of ground water contamination. During your inspection, our septic system professionals will inspect all of the major components of your system, including your drain field, to ensure every aspect of your system is operating like it should be.