Client is selling his home. He’s not having any problems, but he needs a real estate inspection so he can complete his transaction to the new buyers. The client thought he had done everything right. Made sure that there was an opening for when his tank needed pumped. Unfortunately he didn’t put in enough access holes into his concrete pad. It took two hours of running the concrete saw and the jackhammer to get into the lid of this septic tank.
These things can be avoided if you hire a licensed septic tank contractor to advise locations of all of your underground components.
If you searched this up, I hope you can learn this expensive lesson before you start pouring concrete.
Thanks for reading,