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Septic Inspections Phoenix | Electronic Septic Locating | Major & Minor Repairs | Riser Installation
Why choose us?
OneA-American Septic Service has been servicing the Phoenix Valley since 1953. We offer the care and understanding of a family owned business, along with the stability of a large company with longevity. We also offer the piece of mind that comes with over 150 years’ worth of combined experience and knowledge.
TwoThe service team at A-American Septic Service is available when you need service, or when you just need answers.
We are happy to educate you on all aspects of your septic system, making sure you get the longest life possible out of your system.
ThreeThe team of service and installation technicians at A-American Septic Service can provide all aspects of septic systems needs, from initial septic tank or septic design, to permitting, septic tank installation/replacement, routine septic maintenance service, and abandonment of old systems for converting to city sewer.
FourServing all of Maricopa County, we are licensed, bonded, insured, and inspection certified. We are also accredited by the BBB.
We are here to answer your questions- We believe the more you understand about your septic system; the better it will serve you.
SYSTEMS INSTALLED AFTER 2001 HAVE A FILTER. WE SUGGEST SERVICING ANNUALLY TO AVOID BACKUP
Our Trained, Licensed State Septic Inspectors provide a thorough inspection and assessment of an existing system for the sale of a property. By asking only a few questions about the property, we can provide you with a written price quote for the inspection, including the State mandated State Inspection Report. We can also provide you with phone numbers and websites that explain your rights and responsibilities when your Real Estate transaction involves a septic system.
*REAL ESTATE LISTING AGENTS*
We highly recommend having your home owner request a Septic Permit Search from Maricopa County Environmental Services Department. Due to requirement changes, permit information is mandatory on all Notices of Transfer for 2001 and newer systems. The law says it is the property owner’s responsibility to keep a record of all permitting.
You can read more by following the links above, and by reading our State Inspection Report article.