Residential Septic Pumping Services
What our Septic Pumping Customers can Expect from Legacy Septic Services
With over 35 years of experience in the septic industry, you can trust Legacy to handle all of your septic needs. We are certified in BAT septic systems and can handle installation, repairs, and the cleaning/unclogging of septic lines.
Once you’ve chosen Legacy Septic services, we’ll contact your local Health Department and request your properties septic system records. Our technician wants to know everything about the septic system on your property.
On the day of your service, we dispatch our technician for septic tank pumping. He will draw a map of the septic location along with any unusual circumstances (access issues, pets in yard, etc…) and will specify the amount of hose needed. He will also take measurements and note any observations. This information will help us to prescribe how frequently to schedule your septic pumping service.
Our expert will review the notes & measurements made in your property file and will make known any septic repairs, recommendations, and concerns before signing off on your file.
You’ll receive a packet containing a completed industry specific folder as suggested by the Maryland On-Site Waste Water Professionals – detailing the aspects of your particular septic system. Inside the folder will be your County Record and other pertinent information. We’ll also note our service date which we encourage you to record each time we service your septic system.
If you sell your property, this file is a great resource for your realtor to show your septic maintenance records.
Legacy also offers 24-hour emergency septic services.
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