Maintenance & Care
Grease Trap Services
Oily / Hazardous Waste
Real Estate Inspections
If you're planing on purchasing or selling your home, think about having
your system inspected by our certified technicians. The inspection will
provide you with a detailed report of how your system is operating &
· Physical tank information (type, size, constrution, compartments,
lid & location).
· Condition of Inlet, Outlet, Tank Divider, general condition
of tank, water tight & runback.
· Inspection of flow, crust & sludge conditions.
· Treatment plant type, pump model, condition of pump.
· Dimensions of your septic field area & visually inspect
field for saturated areas.
· Physical location of your D-Box (distribution box) &
inspection of it's physical condition.
· We will provide you with a detailed summary of our report
for your records.
SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTIONS QUESTIONS
Septic inspection is an objective examination of the septic system
components. A certified inspection report is often required before
the closing of real estate deals.
Why get a septic system inspection?
There are a number of reasons why Coast Environmental recommends a
septic inspection. These reasons are:
· To ensure you are made aware of any major defects.
· To advise you about the various elements of the septic
system, including tank size, incoming and outgoing lines, baffles
and filters, as well as the distribution box, pump chamber, and
· To advise you about how the system works, why it must be
maintained, and how to do so.
· To provide an objective perspective about your situation
so you can make educated decisions accordingly.
Who should you hire?
Septic inspectors are often referred by family or friends; Coast Environmental
is a family owned and operated company that has serviced the Vancouver
Island area for over 53 years. Be sure the company you hire has experienced,
When should you call?
Order the inspection after your offer has been accepted and before
the conditions of sale are removed. The contract will stipulate the
length of time you have to complete the inspection.
What is involved?
The septic inspection will determine the structural and operational
functions of the septic system. Your septic inspector can identify
existing and potential problem areas, suggest possible solutions and,
where possible, provide estimates for the cost of the work required.
You will receive a certified report outlining the inspection findings.
What does it cost?
Costs vary depending on a number of factors, including location of
the home, age, and services required.