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Job Site Preparation Checklists :: Dye Testing
Below is a list of things the seller and sellers agent for the property I am to be investigating need to confirm and have readily accessible for our testing. I prefer to have one-on-one conversation with client to discuss my services and fees to ensure there is no confusion of what service I will be providing with the associated fee. I am trying to ensure the client is getting the service they are asking for. I can get background information from them to ensure I am better prepared to fulfill their needs and what the site conditions are before arriving on location.
In order to conduct a visual of the dye exiting the septic tank to the septic field and/or the septic field pipeline inspection, the access cover at the end of the septic tank over the outlet pipe has to be dug up and removed, then gently put back in place by the seller or whoever digs up the tank. These covers have usually never been removed and are tightly sealed into place and difficult to remove, which is why they need to be removed before I come out.
When conducting a QP Qualified Non-Invasive Pre-Existing Septic Field Visual Inspection with Septic Dye Testing Service: