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About Van Delden Wastewater Systems
Why Choose Van Delden
Septic Tank Cleanings
Septic System Installations
Aerobic System Maintenance
Real Estate Inspections
Frequently Asked Questions
Common System Types
Standard Septic System
Aerobic System with Spray Irrigation
Aerobic System with Drip Irrigation
Low Pressure Dosing System
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Questions to ask when hiring an inspector for real-estate transactions
Is the inspector certified by the National Association of Wastewater Transporters (NAWT)?
Does the inspector hold a valid Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) license to install the type of system they are inspecting?
Is the inspector knowledgeable about the type of system they are inspecting?
Is the inspector knowledgeable of local real-estate inspection requirements for each county and entity?
What are the inspection procedures?
Does the inspector have different procedures for different types of systems?
How does the inspector locate the tank?
Does the inspector look inside the tank or pump the tank during the inspection?
Does the inspector obtain the records on the system prior to the inspection and provide the records with the report?
Will the inspection report be acceptable for your mortgage company?
How long has the inspector been in business?
What experience does the inspector have with the type of system that is to be inspected?
If repairs are recommended, is the inspector knowledgeable about repair requirements in each local area?
Will the inspector be able to provide an estimate if repairs are recommended?
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