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Inspections

Inspection Types:

Home Sale Inspections

Are you selling your home? Home Sale Inspections are required by most lenders to occur
within 6 months of the sale. This type of inspection occurs after a septic tank pumping and
tests the integrity of the septic tank, condition of components, and drainfield. Home Sale
Inspection protect the seller and potential buyer of the property, giving an unbiased report of
the system’s condition filed with Snohomish County Health Department.

Payment through escrow available!

Routine Maintenance Inspections

There are a variety of different septic systems. Depending on the type of system you have, you may be required to have a routine inspection performed annually. Routine inspections are one of our most common services! Serving all of Snohomish County, we allow homeowners to have peace of mind when it comes to a crucial part of property management. These inspections involve inspecting the tank and the overall condition of your septic systems components. Don’t wait until it’s too late, schedule your inspection today!

Ask about our monthly maintenance plans.

Did you know?

Per Washington State Law (WAC 246-272A-0270) –

  • All Gravity Systems must be inspected every 3 years.
  • All All other systems, including those with a submersible pump, require annual inspection.

Inspection FAQs


We recommend that the homeowner is onsite at the time of inspection. This is not a requirement; however, we perform a flush test at the time of inspection which requires the toilets to be flushed from inside the home. We also prefer to walk you through our findings and answer any questions you may have directly.


Pumping, Inspections, and repairs are reported to Online RME. Snohomish County records can be viewed by typing in your property address and navigating to the Site History tab. Additionally, helpful records may be found that sometimes display your septic system’s location in regard to your property.


During septic inspections, our technician will note anything of concern, or possible signs of distress he encounters. This may qualify as a deficiency and can range in severity depending on the type. Our technicians are required to call out deficiencies and report it to the Snohomish County Health Department.