The care, maintenance and awareness of homeowners Septic Systems are the topics discussed by Moore County Environmental soil scientist & Environmental Health Specialist, Bill Dunlop, Jeff & Chris (Jeff) Kerr of Marlin’s Septic Service, real estate broker Rachael Hernandez of Berkshire Hathaway and recent home purchaser, Stephanie Lemke.
“Out of sight, out of mind” seems to be the order of the day when it comes to Septic system care.
In North Carolina, approximately 3 out of every 4 homes utilize a septic system.
The Moore County Environmental Health Dept. is a proactive user friendly oversight for homeowners, sellers, buyers & real estate professionals when it comes to improving, tweaking, recertifying or changing out systems that have been deemed unacceptable. 910 947-6283. www.moorecountync.gov/index.php/environmental-health-home? firstname.lastname@example.org
Marlins Septic Inspectors have one of the most user friendly websites in the industry. Here you can research, in layman terms, how a septic system works. The landscaping and maintenance tips provided are invaluable. The site is predicated on educating the consumer, and does so in a user friendly and sometime humorous way. www.marlinsinc.com 910 295-1899. email@example.com
Rachel, Stephanie & host Bill Sahadi discuss the vital role of pre inspections for would be sellers and buyers in order to make the real estate transaction go as smoothly as possible with the least amount of surprise or needless drama. www.rachelhernandezrealtor.com
Here is a past show covering this topic as well: