ADEQ Septic Inspections for Sellers
Looking for ADEQ Septic Inspection services? Congratulations on your decision to sell your home! We understand that the inspection process can be overwhelming, but we’re here to make the septic inspection as easy as possible for you.
Here’s our biggest tip: Don’t wait to schedule your septic inspection!
Remember, the inspection report is valid for 6 months. Often, issues that aren’t apparent (since the entire septic system is underground) can be detected during the inspection. Don’t risk delaying your closing due to a last-minute septic inspection. We’re flexible and will work with your schedule, guiding you through the entire process. Our aim is to provide you with the assistance you need!
At our company, we prioritize your convenience and peace of mind when it comes to ADEQ Septic Inspections. Our team of experts is dedicated to providing a seamless experience throughout the entire inspection process. We understand the importance of a timely inspection, and we’re committed to working with your schedule to accommodate your needs. Rest assured that with our thorough inspections and knowledgeable guidance, you’ll have the confidence to proceed with your home sale smoothly. Don’t let the septic inspection become a source of stress—contact us today and let us handle it with efficiency and professionalism.
Helpful Tips For Sellers About The Inspection
Are you in the midst of the inspection period for your home sale and require an ADEQ Septic Inspection? Look no further! We specialize in providing comprehensive ADEQ Report of Inspection services, also known as Septic Certification. Our team can conveniently arrange your ADEQ Septic Inspection and Certification, ensuring a smooth process for you.
But what exactly is an ADEQ Septic Inspection or Septic Certification? It involves a thorough examination of your entire septic system, including septic tank pumping and a flow test to the disposal field. We even leverage advanced technology with Maricopa County to handle your septic permit and location map paperwork. Rest assured, our knowledgeable technicians will guide you through the entire process.
Once the inspection is completed, you’ll receive a detailed 7-page ADEQ Report of Inspection on the same business day via email. We can even copy your real estate agent and escrow company to ensure a streamlined transfer process during closing. Please note that the transfer fee of $50 will be paid as per the schedule arranged on the AZ Realtors Onsite Wastewater Addendum. We don’t collect this fee, as it’s typically handled by the title company. We DO NOT FILE any paperwork with the County pertaining to ADEQ Inspections.
The report provides valuable property information, tank status, identifies the disposal field method, and determines whether the septic system is classified as “FUNCTIONAL,” “FUNCTIONAL WITH CONCERNS,” or “NOT FUNCTIONAL.” (Got questions about this, watch this video) If repairs or special care concerns are needed, they will be addressed in the Report of Inspection for your consideration. Priority Pumping can handle most repairs and/or replacements for you – as we are a one-stop septic shop with our maintenance and installations departments under one roof!
Remember, the most important tip of all is to act promptly! The ADEQ Septic Inspection report is valid for 6 months. By addressing any potential septic system issues early on, we can ensure a smooth closing process and keep your timeline on track. If you don’t sell the home in the 6 months period, give us a call. We can help with that expired ADEQ Report of Inspection.
For more detailed information or answers to specific questions about ADEQ Septic Inspections, please check out our helpful FAQS page.