Originally Posted By: jpeck
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Have your client call a septic tank company. Not only do they install septic tanks and drain fields. and do pumping and service, but most will also do inspections.
Think about it a minute.
They get a call "me septic system is not working", before doing anything, they must first 'inspect it' to know what to do.
Just have your client call the septic company.
Down here (in Florida) we have another reason to NOT inspect them. An HI did a septic tank inspection on a house a legislator was buying, the system failed, the legislator drafted legislation (which was passed) to required a septic tank inspector to be a licensed septic tank contractor.
The best way to get legislation to pass the first time is to screw a legislator. They will write what they want, under the guise of protecting the public, telling their fellow legislators "See, if this can happen to ME, a legislator - like YOU, think about the poor average public voter, er, public citizen."