What Do Well & Septic Inspections Include?

March 23, 2022 | Austin

When purchasing a new home, homeowners typically order a home inspection to check that the major systems are in proper working order. This includes plumbing, electrical, structural, and HVAC. What many people simply don’t think about, because it’s not visible, is the well and septic system. At Bryan & Bryan Inspections, we highly recommend you add a well and septic inspection to your residential inspection. Keep reading to find out what is included in this inspection and why it’s essential to the health of your new home.

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3 FAQs Regarding Your Home’s Septic System

March 15, 2022 | Dallas

If you’ve had problems with your septic system, then you understand the inconvenience and expense associated with these costly repairs. For those who are new to septic systems, it can be difficult to understand what needs to be done in order to keep this essential home system in top-notch condition. Read through these three frequently asked questions by Bryan & Bryan Inspections to understand the importance of maintaining your home’s septic system.

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4 Specialty Inspections to Add to Your Home Inspection

February 15, 2022 | Irrigation Inspection

Bryan & Bryan Inspections provides several specialty evaluations in addition to our home and commercial inspections. Many of these inspections are not included as part of a routine home inspection and can be very valuable in discovering the true condition of the home you wish to buy. If the San Antonio home you’d like to purchase has any of the systems below, we highly recommend you consider adding these evaluations to your home inspection.

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Why Should I Have My Potential Home’s Well and Septic Inspected?

November 1, 2021 | Houston

A home’s well and septic system have unique components that should be inspected before you sign on the dotted line. Repairing this essential system can be costly, especially if minor problems are not found before they become too big. Septic system inspections are not included in regular home inspections, but they can be added when you purchase a residential inspection from Bryan & Bryan Inspections. 

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