Central Maryland's Well and Septic Experts

We specialize in property evaluations for real estate transactions.  We perform septic evaluations, well yield testing, water sampling and camera sewer inspections.  Based in Baltimore, we have been servicing Central Maryland since 2004.  Because of such a narrow service line, we have an expertise and high level of efficiency matched by few to none.  We follow Maryland Department of the Environment’s 4-step septic evaluation procedure and provide detailed reports within 24 hours. As a neutral third party, realtors throughout Maryland trust us with their clients.

Our mission at Home Land Septic Consulting is to provide unbiased evaluations and expert advise.  As specialists, we aim to educate, inform, and thus provide peace of mind for our clients.

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  • All the water from the house, whether it’s from the sink, shower, toilet, or other water source, flows into the septic tank. The job of the tank is to trap the solids and let the cleaner water pass through to the drainage area.

  • A Well Yield Test is a timed-test to determine how many gallons per minute a well system can produce. 

A Well Yield Test will show any problems and save you money.

  • Just about any mineral or impurity can be tested for in the water. However the most common sample group is called the Potability Water Sample, also sometimes referred to as “Chemical and Bacteria Testing.”

  • If bacteria does show itself in the sample, then the well needs to be chlorinated or “shocked”. Home Land Septic Consulting chlorinates wells to better service its clients.

  •   Camera Sewer Line Inspections are available for properties on public utilities. Plan for 1-2 hours. We view and record the sewer lines from an access cap typically located in the basement of the home.* A video will be provided via Dropbox within 1-2 business days once payment has been… Read more »

  • RADON IN AIR Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is colorless, odorless, and tasteless and therefore cannot be detected by our senses.  Radon is a health threat because the gas can accumulate in homes and cause lung cancer.  It is the second leading cause of lung cancer behind… Read more »