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In Massachusetts, the septic system inspection is known as a Title 5 Inspection(or Title V Inspection), and most other states have similar requirements which must be satisfied prior to the sale of any home. Septic system inspections protect the environment as well as provide the required transparency for any successful real estate transaction.
The inspection procedure can seem quite complicated, but our experienced permit-carrying inspectors are experts at the local regulations and requirements for your area and are ready to walk you smoothly through the process. We’ll need to access various underground components of the system so you can expect some digging with a small backhoe.
Our highly trained inspectors can usually complete a detailed septic inspection in just a few hours, and they’ll take care of all the paperwork for you as well. Once the inspection is complete, there are three possible results:
Septic system replacement is a major investment. Failing systems are not just potential deal-breakers, they can contaminate groundwater resources that affect the entire surrounding community. The Title 5 inspection lets the buyer and seller know exactly what will be required to complete a successful transaction all around while protecting the community from the environmental hazards of a failing system. We think that’s worth a little digging.