Who needs a title 5 inspection?
Anyone whose wastewater is treated by a septic system as opposed to a centralized sewer system will need an inspection during the sale or transfer or property (there are some exceptions ie family transfers, etc). Home or business owners who are looking to increase the size of their house, or change the use of their business would also need a Title 5 inspection.
What are voluntary inspections?
Title 5 allows for system owners to have a voluntary inspection performed on their system. These inspections are non-binding and can give the system owner good insight for a future game plan
Do I have to pump the tank during an inspection?
In most cases the tank does not need to be pumped as part of an inspection. Although, sometimes criteria may require pumping once the tank is inspected. However, if the tank has not pumped in sometime, it would be recommended to pump it.
There seems to be a lot of septic installers out there, what sets your company apart?
As owner operators, we can ensure quality and timeliness because our reputation is always on the line. As a small business, we never make it a practice to take on too big of a work load at once, allowing us to focus our undivided attention to each project. As a trusted and reputable business, we never make false promises such as start dates or costs. As a testament of our good standing with all the local Boards of Health we worked with, we have never been served with an Enforcement Order or had our installer’s license suspended or revoked. Can the other installers say that?