The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality recommends having your septic system evaluated by a professional if you’re buying or selling a home.
What you need to know?
Septic system evaluations are voluntary. However, if you do have an evaluation, you must use the approved form. Inspections include an eight page DEQ Inspection report with information in regards to both tank condition and functionality. These are most often done during real estate transactions and can be done for agents, homebuyers, and home sellers. Pumping is commonly performed at the time of service in order to provide a thorough inspection and accurately fill out the report.
Who can provide this service?
DEQ requires evaluators to be one of the following: An installer, maintenance provider, wastewater specialist, environmental health specialist and National Association of Wastewater Technicians (NAWT) certified inspector with experience inspecting existing septic systems.
Septic pumping should be done every 3-5 years as a maintenance. Pumping is also done in conjunction with inspections and/or installs. We use modern equipment to efficiently clean your system and have 100+ feet of hose to get to those hard to reach septic tanks.
We install concrete and poly tanks as well as advanced ATT systems.
ATT stands for Alternative Treatment systems. ATTs are a great options for small spaces, places that other systems aren't approved, or just as a more intelligent system than your existing septic tank.