Residential Septic Services
What our Pumping Customers can Expect from Legacy Septic
Here’s how it works:
Once you’ve chosen Legacy, we’ll contact your local Health Department and request your properties septic system records. Our technician wants to know everything that he can about the septic system that he’s servicing on your property.
On the day of your service, we dispatch our technician to pump the septic tank. 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’s.
Our expert will review the notes & measurements made in your property file and will make known any recommendations or concerns if necessary before he signs off on your file.
A few weeks later, 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 the property.
If you sell your property, this file is a great resource for your realtor to show current maintenance of your system.
Learn more about your septic system by attending one of our Library Talks!
Carroll County Public Library speaking schedule 2017. All sessions begin at 7:00pm.
- September 14th – 7 pm – Finksburg
- October 5th – 7 pm – Westminster
- October 23rd – 7 pm – Eldersburg
FREE KidCare is always provided
Registration is appreciated but not at all necessary