Is your home’s septic system overdue for an inspection? If you can’t remember the last time you had it done, the answer to that question is most likely yes, and we can help with that. We’re a locally owned and operated company that’s been proudly serving the area for years, and our techs are among the most skilled and experienced you’ll find anywhere.
If we hand you a Culpeper County VA failed septic inspection report, we’ll be sure to include with it a free, no-obligation quote so you’ll know exactly how much it will cost to put the problem behind you once and for all.
In most cases, we’ll be able to repair your system, but be aware that sometimes, if the damage is quite severe, or if you have a particularly old system, repair might not be the best option. In that case, we’ll give you our professional opinion and an estimate for replacement. In either case, assuming you’re comfortable with our estimate, we’ll begin our work. Before you know it, you’ll have one less problem to worry about.
That, however, isn’t the only time you might see a Culpeper County VA failed septic inspection report. You could wind up with one in hand if you’re in the market to buy a new home. The septic inspection is one of a raft of inspections you should have done on any house you’re considering buying so you have a clear and complete picture of what you’re getting. After all, you don’t want to wind up paying more than you need to if there’s a major problem like that with the house!
So what happens if you have it done and you wind up with a Culpeper County VA failed septic inspection in hand?
Ultimately, that’s between you and the seller, but be aware that the bank isn’t going to lend money on a house with a busted septic system. It’s going to have to be fixed, and someone’s going to have to pay to have it done.
The two most common ways of dealing with that situation are:
- The seller pays for the repairs, and once they’re complete, the deal proceeds as planned.
- Or the seller reduces the asking price of the home by an amount equal to the cost of the repairs and the buyer takes care of it.
In this situation, the buyer really has most of the power, because there are tons of homes on the market, and he doesn’t have to settle for a house with a non-functional septic system, but again, ultimately it’s between you and the seller.
Either way, if you need repair work done, we’ll certainly be happy to help. Give us a call today.