Most homeowner's insurance policies do not provide coverage for a septic system in the event of a failure due to normal wear and tear. A new septic system can cost tens of thousands of dollars! That is where the Pro-Sept Septic System Protection Plan comes in. The residential septic system program that helps to eliminate concerns about the possibility of a system malfunction.
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The Pro-Sept Septic System Protection Plan covers repairs or replacement up to $25,000.
A septic system generally includes an underground septic tank, a drainfield, and underground piping. Wastewater flows into the tank, where sludge settles in the tank bottom, and wastewater passes through to the drainfield, where it is absorbed into the earth beneath your property. Septic systems are not connected to a municipal sewer system.
Periodic inspection and maintenance are necessary to ensure proper functioning and remove the sludge that collects in the septic tank. Homeowners must also take care not to dispose of hazardous household waste in sinks or toilets.
In most states when you sell your home, the septic system must pass inspection and be in good working order.
If you have a problem with your septic system, one call starts the process. We will alert a qualified service professional and brief them on your problem. You will be given the contact information for that company, so that you may arrange a convenient date and time for them to assess the issue.
Once our claims department receives the servicer’s report, they will review the findings and quickly inform you how the claim will proceed.
Search for approved inspectors in your area by area code 888 or state abbreviation CT, to find an approved septic inspector by you. A certified inspector can also be found by visiting the National Association of Wastewater Transporter's Inspector Search at http://www.nawt.org/search.html.