How much does a percolation test cost?

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Perc test or percolation test is a test used to determine the absorption rate of soil for a septic field. Percolation tests are conducted during the wet season. Perc test are not that inexpensive, they cost $100 depends on your location. You can find more information here: www.ehow.com
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A perk test costs for your septic field is roughly $150 with an additional cost up to $400 to have a back hoe on site and available to preform this test.
A perk test is also known as a percolation test. This is a soil test done to show how well soil absorbs liquid. This determines the number of bathrooms that can be built on a property as well as the size of home as far as number of bedrooms. The cost of these percolation tests will vary by location across the United States. They may range from $100 to $1,000 depending on the size of the property and the conditions of the site. An estimate can be obtained from a qualified tester before proceeding.
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