Our DEQ certified team can provide a comprehensive eight page inspection report for your entire Septic System. These reports are most commonly used in real estate transactions!
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality strongly advises seeking a professional evaluation for your septic system when entering into the purchase or sale of a home.
Key Points for Consideration:
Opting for a septic system evaluation is discretionary, but if pursued, it must adhere to the approved form. These evaluations, commonly conducted during real estate transactions, are pertinent to agents, homebuyers, and home sellers. Utilizing an eight-page DEQ Inspection report, the evaluation meticulously outlines both the tank's condition and functionality. To ensure a thorough inspection and accurate completion of the report, pumping is typically performed at the time of service.
Qualified Service Providers:
As stipulated by the DEQ, evaluators must fall into specific categories, including an installer, maintenance provider, wastewater specialist, environmental health specialist, or a National Association of Wastewater Technicians (NAWT) certified inspector with experience in inspecting existing septic systems.
Furthermore, a professional septic system evaluation plays a pivotal role in guaranteeing the integrity and functionality of the system, offering invaluable insights for both buyers and sellers throughout the real estate transaction.
Advantages of a Professional Septic System Evaluation:
In summary, a professional septic system evaluation transcends mere formality; it represents a strategic investment in the long-term efficiency of the septic system and contributes to a transparent and seamless real estate transaction.