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Septic tank inspections in new home purchases

Purchasing a home is one of the most exciting things you do in life and there’s perhaps no greater reward in life than moving into a home that has the kinds of amenities your whole family wants. As you move forward in the process, you’ll have a whole bevy of things that you’ll have to get done, and one of those – if your new home has a septic tank – will be a septic system inspection.  While you’ll have lots to grapple with as you close on your new home, today we’re going to spell out what your septic tank inspection will look like and what you can expect. There’s a lot of anxiety around things like this and hopefully, this will put your mind at ease. Let’s jump right in.  Is a septic tank inspection necessary before you close? Not only is it necessary, its law in many states. The seller of the home must obtain and schedule a qualified inspector who will then provide you, the buyer – with a written report on the tank before the sale can become binding.  What makes this so important? Septic tank inspections are important for the same reason that general home inspections are important. They give you valuable information on the overall health of your septic system. Whenever you buy a new home, you’ll rest easier knowing that your electrical, plumbing and heating systems are all up and running. Septic systems are just as important.  In addition if there are issues, they could be potential deal breakers – or; in most cases – they’ll cause you to renegotiate the...