McFarland Septic, LLC
I have been so impressed by your inspector! Knowledgeable, personable, knows what he is doing and goes out of his way to serve the customer. Always with a smile...Thank you for your service!
- Real Estate Agent
Thanks Mr. McFarland, job well done...your inspector did a very professional job. I'm recommending you to the neighbors.
- Bellina V.
Thank you for sending out your inspector. He was very helpful, answered our numerous questions and we are so appreciative!
- Linda Alling
Thank you! Your inspector was very cordial cordial and efficient. An impressive young man!
- William Bethune
What our customers are saying
Standard FHA well samples include: bacteria, nitrate, nitrite and lead. If you need us to test for anything else we have to know ahead of time so that we can bring the necessary equipment.
If you would like for us to schedule a septic inspection for you, please fill out the form below. No one will have to be there for the inspection, as long as there is a faucet outside where the inspector can have access to water. When we do a well inspection however, sometimes we will need to access the crawlspace. Please note that our schedule may be full for your requested date and time. We will do our best to make your appointment as close to your requested date as possible. We will need either the closing attorney's information or payment before we can perform the inspection. If you have any questions please contact our office.
Please note that our schedule may be full for your requested date and time. We will do our best to make your appointment as close to your requested date as possible.
Septic inspections are a great way to tell if your system is functioning properly. When we perform a septic inspection we check to make sure that everything is functioning as it should. Septic inspections are very common during the buying and selling process of a home. Many times the parties will split the cost as this is a popular route for payment. We highly recommend a pumping with a septic inspection. When the tank is full it is difficult for the inspector to see if there are cracks or other structural deficiencies in the interior of the tank. A pumping is not required, but it is highly recommended as it provides for a more thorough inspection.