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When you’re buying a home in New Jersey or elsewhere, it’s a matter of routine to get the key components of a potential purchase checked out for problems. This includes the electrical wiring, the plumbing, and the foundation of the home.

One piece of a possible new house that’s easy to overlook is the septic system, but just because it’s buried underground doesn’t mean you should forget it. In fact, The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection recommends that you get the septic system of any property you’re interested in buying inspected by a professional septic inspection company in NJ, like Classic Septic Inspections.

Septic system problems are among the most difficult and costly to fix, and among the most inconvenient to live with. Major septic repairs can run into the thousands of dollars, and a home lacking a functional septic system is unlivable. That’s why it’s a good idea to know what you’re getting into when you purchase a home. During a NJ septic inspection, the entire system is checked for existing or potential problems. Don’t get caught by surprise, find out what lies beneath!

Classic Septic Inspections Uses Fiber Optic Cameras:

We run a high tech fiber optic camera through pipes to check for cracks or leaks during our inspections. We check all fittings, fixtures, and lines, as well as the tank, the drain field and the surrounding terrain for any issues. We thoroughly analyze the septic system’s condition, advising you on possible repairs and whether the system is adequate for your water needs.

In short, we give you a complete briefing on one of the key parts of your potential house before you buy it. Make sure you have all the information you need before you pick the house you’ll be living in the next 20 years.

There are also a number of local and state codes in New Jersey that septic systems must comply with. We check to make sure your potential new septic system will meet these codes. Avoid unexpected problems that could delay your home purchase and cost you significant amounts of money. Follow The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s suggestions, and get a NJ septic inspection before you commit to a new home!

If you suspect problems with your septic system or would like to insure it is working properly, schedule a NJ septic inspection with Classic Septic Inspections. Classic Septic does not do septic system repairs.

We are strictly an inspection company. What that means for you is that you get an honest evaluation of your septic system. We have nothing to gain if your system needs repair or maintenance. We simply inspect your system to help keep your home environment healthy and free of septic hazards.

For more information on septic inspections in NJ, call our team at 973-900-1330.