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Inspections and Tests

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Click on any of the services above to learn more about them. To schedule with us to have one of our professional technicians come out, you can click on our scheduling button or go to our Contact Us page to schedule online. You can always call us at 208-254-1217 as well!
Septic tank inspections are a great way for both technicians and the owners to know what condition their septic tank is in. Here at Express Plumbing Service, we do a septic tank inspection with every pump we do. We think it is super important to keep our customers updated on the condition of their property and to be able to help them if something does come up to be damaged. With our septic tank inspections we check the water level, the inlet and outlet baffle, the run-back, and the mainline to ensure it is clear and not blocked or damaged. Our technicians can complete the inspection right there on the spot and email it to you directly!

Grease interceptor inspections are what you need if you have a grease trap. Our technicians conduct these grease interceptor inspections to ensure everything is working properly and that there is no hidden damage that might cause future problems. When our technicians conduct the grease interceptor inspections they check for the grease content, the inlet and outlet baffles, the amount of sledge at the bottom, and the amount of crust on the surface. We’re always willing to go above and beyond for any and all of our customers! So,
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call always willing to go above and beyond for any and all of our customers! So, call today to get your grease pumped and a grease interceptor inspection. 

Well productivity tests are one of the things we specialize in! If you need a well productivity test then we are definitely the company you need to call. Our technician can fill out the form right then and there and get additional tests done with ease. When we do a well productivity test we check static head level, active head level, flow rate, and PSI.

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