How to Do a Perc Test?

Answer Septic systems release effluent into underground drainfields, where it percolates through the soil, gradually losing bacteria and dissipating safely into the groundwater. If you're planning to inst... Read More »

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Who pays for a perc test?

It is the seller's responsibility to cover the cost of having a percolation test done. Perc tests are necessary before selling a property if it is not connected to a public sewer system. The test m... Read More »

What is a land perc test?

A land perc test, also known as a percolation test, is used to determine the rate of absorption in soil prior to the design and installation of a septic tank system. Holes ranging from 6 to 12 inch... Read More »

I had DNA PCR test 18 days after the exposure and found it negative. Should i go for further test?

vighu - YES is the Answer, if you are concerned about an HIV infection. Your recent negative result demonstrates that you did not have the HIV infection prior to your recent exposure. However you... Read More »

Is it better to test older or younger students with a standardized test?

On One Hand: Testing Younger Students Gives More TimeAccording to Oregon English as a second language (ESL) teacher Beverlee Brick, the younger a student receives standardized testing, the sooner e... Read More »