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Quick Facts for Real Estate Inspections
Frequently Asked Inspection Questions
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Is there anything i must do prior to the inspection?
Must the septic tank be pumped during the inspection?
How long does an inspection take?
Do I need to be present during the inspection?
How long before I get my written report?
What if the house has been vacant?
Can the buyer be present during the inspection?
Can you do other water tests besides bacteria?
Can you do an FHA/VA/HUD loan certified inspection?
Do you install new septic systems?
How long will I be waiting for the inspector to show up?
Do you accept credit cards?
What if problems are found?
I have water in my vent pipe, does this mean my septic has failed?
I don't have a septic vent pipe. Can you still inspect my system?
I have an old drywell type septic system, is this ok?
My well & septic systems are very old. Do they have to meet today's codes?
Are all septic systems dye tested the same?
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Information, Operation & Management Of Septic Systems A septic system is really a Wastewater Recycling System that utilizes the natural soil to treat the wastewater before returning it to the groundwater basin. What happens when you flush the toilet? Where does the wastewater go? For those of you not connected to a municipal sewer, the solution lies in the septic tank. A septic tank is typically the first component of a septic system. A system can be as simple as a septic tank and drainfield or include any number of add-ons, such as an aeration tank, sand filter, pump/siphon chamber
A septic & well inspection by a licensed inspector is a normal minimum requirement to sell or re-finance your home. A proper inspection by an experienced and licensed professional protects the buyer and seller alike by offering a detailed and accurate evaluation of the condition of these vital systems.
A well & septic inspection by a DNR licensed inspector is a normal minimum requirement to sell or re-finance your home. A proper inspection by an experienced and licensed professional protects the buyer and seller alike by offering a detailed and accurate evaluation of the condition of these vital systems. Since June 2008, all real estate well inspections and water tests must be done by an individually DNR licensed well pump installer or driller using a state certified water testing laboratory. Master plumbers and water conditioning individuals are not certified under the new law to provide these real estate inspections.
Drinking Water Testing Services West Bend, Wisconsin JRS Labs is a small Wisconsin State Certified water testing laboratory located in West Bend Wisconsin. We test drinking water for Coliform Bacteria & E.coli. We are certified for both public and private water supplies and can also provide Coliform and E.coli results in both Safe/Unsafe or bacteria quantification count. We also provide services for testing swimming pool water for bacteria. We offer fast and accurate testing services utilizing the most modern and accurate equipment and procedures. We also offer well chlorination and code repair services. Serving Washington, Dodge, Ozaukee, Waukesha, Milwaukee and