Green Septic Service & Solutions Specializes In "Point of Sale Septic Inspections" for the Real Estate and Banking Industry.
Septic System Inspection
At Green Septic Service & Solutions we will come out and conduct a detailed septic inspection whether you are buying, selling a home or requesting general maintenance.
We are licensed and insured and will perform a comprehensive inspection to show how the system is performing.
Peace of mind on system performance
Reduce risk of costly repairs
Full detailed report of the inspection
The real estate and banking industry are requiring inspections to evaluate the condition of the septic system.
Contact us today, to ask us about inspecting your septic tank.
Well Water Sample and Analysis
If your prospective home has an on-site water well, there are no government or health department regulations requiring routine testing of the water quality.
Many contaminants can be found in groundwater. The State of North Carolina has one of the most alarming rates of Arsenic in the country! Some areas of North Carolina frequently contain elevated levels of Radon in the groundwater. Nearby agricultural operations, and especially on-site or nearby septic systems can contribute to serious contamination of the water table. Most health organizations recommend analysis of well water at least once per year and after any repairs made to the pump/well system; if the home was built before 1979, there could be sources of lead in the plumbing pipes of the home. Lead based solder was commonly used with copper pipe installations, and was restricted after 1979.
Water wells and pumps are not included in a typical home inspection. A home inspection will only include those systems and components included inside, or part of the building itself, unless other components affect the structure. Newer wells and pumps are relatively simple and usually problem free. However, older systems and the wiring, insulation, water lines to/from the home etc. frequently do have problems and should be inspected.
Before purchasing any prospective home. The well pump should be inspected for proper functionality and a sample of water will be taken and submitted to an approved laboratory for analysis. Several tests may be performed by the lab according to specific site conditions. Homes serviced by municipal water supplies, may only need to indicate any lead contaminants; where those serviced by well water should test for any combination of: bacteria, lead, nitrates, nitrites, turbidity, arsenic, radon, etc. You should contact us prior to any Drinking Water Inspection to discuss what tests are appropriate for your situation.
Areas we serve in and around Lake Norman:
Mecklenburg , NC