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Why Water Well & Septic Inspections are Essential

Understanding Well Inspections & Septic Tank Inspections

Purchasing a home with a private well necessitates a thorough well and septic inspection. This guide provides detailed insights into the process, ensuring a safe and sustainable water source for prospective homeowners.

What Is a Well Inspection?


A well inspection evaluates the condition and functionality of a well system, assessing water quality, system components, and adherence to local health standards.

Why Is It Crucial?


It ensures the well delivers safe, potable water and functions efficiently, safeguarding the health of residents and the value of the property.

Key Components of a Well Inspection

Our approach to water well and septic tank inspections is thorough and systematic:

1. Water Quality Testing: Analyzing for contaminants like bacteria, nitrates, and heavy metals.

2. System Components Check: Evaluating the pump, pressure tank, and related equipment such as the septic tank for functionality.

3. Well Yield Test: Assessing the well's ability to maintain water flow over a set period.

4. Physical Inspection: Examining the wellhead, casing, and cap for integrity and proper sealing.

Deep Dive into Water Quality Testing

The Importance of Clean Water: Contaminants in water can pose serious health risks. Regular testing is essential for early detection and remediation.

Common Contaminants: These include biological pathogens, chemical pollutants, and minerals that affect water taste, smell, and safety.

Remediation Steps: If contaminants are found, steps like filtration, purification, or system repair may be necessary.

The Significance of a Comprehensive Well Inspection

Investing in a thorough well inspection is vital for any home purchase involving a private well. It guarantees water quality, system efficiency, and overall property value. It also ensures you won't be walking into a mess the day you move in.

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Partner With Oklahoma City's Leading Water Well & Septic Inspection Professionals

Professional water well and septic tank inspections offers numerous advantages:

Expert Water Well & Septic Analysis

Trained professionals use advanced techniques to accurately assess functionality of your systems.

Detailed Water Well & Septic Reporting

Receive comprehensive reports outlining the presence and concentration of various pollutants.

Customized Guidence

Based on the test results, experts provide tailored recommendations for maintaining your water well and septic system.

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Experience the Assurance Standard

We are a HomeAdvisor Screened & Approved company and hold an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau (BBB).

Why Choose Us for Your Well & Septic Testing in Oklahoma City

Expertise & Experience:

Over a decade of specialized experience.

Accreditation:

We hold a number of certifications in the inspection industry.

Tailored Services:

Customized evaluations based on your specific needs. Our team consists of experts trained in modern testing methodologies.

Clear, Actionable Reporting:

Easy-to-understand reports that help in strategic decision-making.

What our clients say

HONEST!

Dale has been so great to work with. He did the initial inspection on my house several years ago and just recently hired him again to run some air quality tests. He’s very timely, knowledgeable, and honest and great to work with! He is the only person i would trust for any future inspections.

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Michelle O'Flaherty

Oklahoma City, OK

PROFESSIONAL

Extremely thorough and professional. Was on time and had every tool and testing device needed to make sure his inspection was exhaustive. When finished Kaleb helped me understand his findings in a layman way. Even though it was all on the report, the 'cliffs notes" summary was nice. He even gave advice for how to address findings.

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Eric Huff

Edmond, OK

Highly REcommended

The entire process from setting up the inspection, setting a date/time and completing the inspection was very good. Requesting the inspection and scheduling a date/time was very easy. The best was the actual report itself. Dale did a very thorough job of evaluating the entire home, taking a lot of pictures, especially of the areas that needed to be addressed. I loved the summary report that allowed me to focus in on the specific areas of concern. The detailed report was very thorough and great to have on file. I received both the same day the actual inspection was completed which I thought was exceptional service. Dale came highly recommended to me and I would highly recommend him as well.

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Deborah Jones

Arcadia, OK

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At Assurance Inspection Services, we're not just inspectors; we're seasoned experts committed to excellence in water, well and septic inspections. Based in Oklahoma City, our team boasts an array of prestigious certifications, reflecting our dedication to providing top-tier inspection services:

Certified Master Inspector™: Demonstrating unparalleled expertise in the field, this certification is reserved for those who meet the highest standards.

Certified Professional Inspector™: A testament to our comprehensive knowledge and professional practice in home inspections.

Member of the International Association of Home Inspectors™: Aligning with global standards and staying updated with the latest in inspection practices.

Certified Roof Inspector: Specialized skills to assess one of the most critical aspects of any property - the roof.

Certified Moisture Intrusion Inspector: Expertise in identifying potential moisture-related issues, crucial for maintaining property integrity.

Oklahoma State Certified Home Inspector: Recognized by the state for our proficiency and adherence to stringent inspection protocols.

Licensed & Insured Oklahoma City Home Inspector: Ensuring reliability, accountability, and peace of mind for every inspection we conduct.

Frequently Asked Questions About Water Well & Septic Systems

What is involved in a well test?

A well test typically involves assessing the well's structural integrity, pump operation, water flow rate (yield test), and water quality. This includes testing for contaminants like bacteria, nitrates, and heavy metals, as well as inspecting the physical components such as the pump, casing, and the wellhead.

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What happens if my well fails inspection?

If a well fails inspection, it's necessary to address the specific issues identified. This could involve repairing or replacing parts of the well system, treating the water to eliminate contaminants, or in severe cases, drilling a new well. It's essential to consult with a professional to determine the appropriate course of action.

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How do you check a well?

Checking a well involves several steps:

  1. Inspecting the physical structure for damage or wear.

  2. Testing the water for quality, including pH levels and the presence of contaminants.

  3. Assessing the pump and pressure tank operation.

  4. Conducting a yield test to evaluate the well's water output over time.

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How often should you check your well pump?

It's recommended to check your well pump at least annually. Regular maintenance helps in identifying and rectifying issues early, ensuring consistent water supply and prolonging the life of the pump.

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How long does well testing take?

Well testing duration can vary depending on the extent of the tests.

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Can I test my well water myself at home?

Yes, you can perform basic well water tests at home using testing kits available at hardware stores. These kits can test for common contaminants like nitrates, bacteria, and pH levels. However, for a comprehensive assessment, professional testing is recommended.

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How do I know if my well is bad?

Signs of a problematic well include: Changes in water taste, odor, or color. Reduced water pressure or flow rate. Sudden spikes in utility bills (indicating pump issues). Presence of sediments or particles in the water.

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How long will a drilled well last?

A drilled well can last anywhere from 20 to 50 years, depending on factors like the well construction, maintenance, usage, and local geological conditions. Regular maintenance and inspections can help maximize its lifespan.

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How do I know if my well water is unsafe?

Well water may be unsafe if it contains harmful levels of contaminants like bacteria, heavy metals, or chemicals. Indicators include gastrointestinal illnesses in the household, noticeable changes in water taste, odor, or appearance, and test results showing contaminant levels above safe limits.

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When will the report be finished?

We deliver detailed digital reports swiftly, usually within 24 hours after the inspection, to aid in your decision-making process.

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How much does it cost?

Testing services range in price, with prices varying based on the specific requirments.

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Is Assurance Licensed and Insured?

Yes, Assurance Inspection Services is both licensed and insured. We hold several prestigious certifications, including Master Certified Inspector, International Certified Home Inspector, Certified Professional Inspector (CPI), Internachi Certified Roof Inspector, and Moisture Intrusion Certified. We also boast an A+ rating from the BBB and are Screened and Approved by Home Advisor, reflecting our commitment to excellence in the home inspection industry.

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