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Grease Trap Cleaning & Pumping Phoenix | Septic Systems Inspections | Electronic Septic Locating | Riser Installation | Preventative Maintenance Inspection | Service, Inspections and Maintenance for Existing Systems
When you need septic system/tank service, repair, inspection or maintenance, we are a quick phone call away. Whether you’re ready to schedule, or just have questions, our friendly/knowledgeable staff is happy to help. How often should I get my grease trap cleaned?
Septic Services We Offer
- Enzyme Treatment
- Root Treatment
- Electronic Location
- Riser (Service Port) Installation
- Information & Literature
- Preventative Maintenance Inspection
State Inspection Reports For Septic Systems
State Inspection Reports Arizona State Law requires that the Seller of a property served by a septic system provide to the Buyer a State Inspection Report. The report is an eight page long form that must be filled out by a Licensed Septic Inspector. This report is good for six months, meaning that a seller can use the report an unlimited number of times, in a six-month period, following the date of inspection. This is why the Seller normally pays for the State Inspection Report. If the Buyer cancels, the report can still benefit the Seller, once another offer is accepted.
*NOTE: The State of Arizona issued this statement: “Waiver of Seller’s responsibility to comply with a legal requirement is not allowable, regardless of status of seller as a financial institution or entity, and regardless of a real estate contract drafted or drawn by the Seller.
Real Estate Listing Agents
We highly recommend, upon taking a listing serviced by a septic system, having your home owner request a Septic Permit Search from Maricopa County Environmental Services Department. Due to requirement changes, this information is mandatory on Transfer of Ownership Forms for all 2001 and newer properties. The law says it is the property owner’s responsibility to keep a record of all permitting. Learn more by visiting the links above. Visit ADEQ’s site to find more information. To read the specific verbiage clicking here.