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Septick System Contractor - Because a septic system is a complicated piece of plumbing equipment, not every plumber can work on them. In fact, in many regions and states, only certified septic contractors are allowed to perform maintenance and work on existing or new septic equipment. Finding the right septic system contractor can be a tough job, but with a little research and this guide, you’ll be sure to get the best person for the job.

To do any work on a septic tank, drain field or even a septic hook up, many regions require that a septic contractor have a state license. This license number can be background checked at your local building department. They will also let you know what type of permit you will need to complete the project. In many cases, state permits must be pulled and state inspectors must visit the job before and after any work is done. Regional and local health officials are often required to visit the jobsite as well to determine the state of project. A percolation test is often performed for new septic systems to determine their depths and setup for specific soil types and regions.

Insurance is also another important part of finding the right septic system contractor for your project. Besides basic liability insurance, builders risk and bonds may also be required by law. Workers compensation is a must to ensure you don’t get stuck with any medical bills if someone gets hurt on your septic system job.

Although licensing and insurance is a requirement to do business, it is not a requirement to do a good job. Finding a septic system installer who will do a good job is up to you. You can find a reliable septic contractor if you get the right references. By ensuring you get at least three contactable references, you can easily find a reputable septic contractor. Always visit past jobsites and contact customers in person to be sure you’re getting a septic system contractor who’s performed well in the past.

Do not be afraid to meet with more than one septic contractor. It’s a good idea to get at least five bids from prospective contractors to help you get the best price possible. Also get a cost breakdown list of materials and labor costs. This will allow you to best compare bids effectively and make certain everyone’s on the same page when it comes to the project.


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843-200-9552
New Beginnings Construction LLC
1643-B Savannah Hwy.
Charleston, South Carolina
www.newbegconst.com
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