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

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


Discover Its Condition

When you have a well and septic inspection conducted, you will know its location and condition before buying the home. Our inspectors will closely evaluate the entire system including the pipes, the well, and the tank itself. This information can also be helpful if you plan on expanding on the property in the future. You will know where you can or can’t add a garage, build a patio, or complete a home addition.

Find Potential Issues

Another reason to have the well and septic inspected is to find out if there are any issues that could cause problems in the future. We will give you an honest assessment of the septic system and can answer any questions you may have. We can also tell you what types of signs to watch for, that can alert you to an issue, once you have ownership of the home.

Ensure It’s Working Properly

What a well and septic evaluation can also tell you is if the system is working properly. Our professional inspectors can offer you peace of mind in regard to your home purchase decision. If it’s working fine and there are no problems, then you can feel good about buying the home. If there are problems that need to be fixed, you can plan for these repairs, or you can use this information to negotiate the buying price.

Schedule a Well & Septic Inspection Today

Contact Bryan & Bryan today at (281) 484-8318 to schedule both a residential inspection and well and septic inspection. We also provide other inspection services such as pest and termite inspections, irrigation inspections, pool and spa inspections, mold inspections, and commercial inspections throughout Houston and all nearby areas including East Bernard, Eagle Lake, Bellville, Todd Mission, Conroe, and The Woodlands.

Source: “Why Every Home Buyer Should Request a Septic Inspection.” Web article. Clean Earth Septic Service. 16 Jul. 2019. Web. 24 Oct. 2021.

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