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The first thing homeowners should understand about Title V inspections is why they are required. Title V inspections (T5 for short) are required by Massachusetts if you are a homeowner who is looking to sell, refinance, or change the title name (either adding or expanding) on your home. When you decide to hire a company for a Title V inspection make sure you do your homework. The company should be certified by the state and experienced. The inspection will not be valid if it is not done by a company without the right certifications. Always schedule an appointment for septic tank pumping the day of the T5 inspection. This will ensure a thorough inspection is done. You will want to be as prepared as possible before your inspection. Your septic system might fail a Title V inspection if the tank needs septic pumping more than four times a year, the tank is metal, sewage from your tank is seeping into the house, or the leach field is over-saturated. Another reason might by if public sewer becomes mandated by your city. What happens if your septic system fails the Title V inspection? Here’s what you can expect: