Reliable Septic Tank Inspections
What is Peace of Mind Worth to You?
If your property includes a septic system, you should have your septic tank inspected periodically to ensure that it is operating as it should. Septic tank inspections are also a good idea when you’re buying or selling a home, and may even be required. Because septic systems are costly to replace, hiring a trained and licensed professional to perform the examination ensures that it is done correctly. You simply can’t put a price on peace of mind! When you need a qualified septic tank inspector, call Dan’s Drain & Duct Cleaning, LLC.
Septic Tank Inspections Save Money
At Dan’s, we utilize state-of-the-art camera equipment to thoroughly examine septic tanks and pinpoint any defects or issues that may hinder their performance now or in the future. By catching problems early, you can make repairs before they worsen. This will extend the life of your septic tank and save you money in the long run. Plus, you’ll avoid a costly waste cleanup situation, which could run into hundreds of thousands of dollars and fines.
We’re Thorough and Unbiased!
When you hire Dan’s to inspect your septic tank, we’ll check for issues such as cracks in the tank or incoming ground water. Additionally, we can check the inlets and outlets. We’ll advise you on what needs immediate attention and what will need to be repaired or updated later on. Our goal is to give you an unbiased assessment of your septic tank’s condition so that you are able to plan accordingly.
Your septic tank will need to be empty for inspection and must have 6″ or bigger access pipe.
Inspecting the sewer line itself is a separate service but can be done at same time. Septic tank inspection does not include drain field inspection.
Serving Southeast South Dakota & Northwest Iowa
Contact Dan’s Drain & Duct Cleaning, LLC today at (605) 351-5900 for more information or to schedule an appointment. We provide septic system inspections within 40 miles of Beresford, SD, and don’t charge mileage fees within 35 miles. This includes Sioux Falls, all of Southeast South Dakota, and Northwest Iowa.