Septic Certifications for Homes in Moreno Valley
When you are selling your home or applying for a remodel permit, you may need a septic tank certification or C-42 inspection. Our well-trained team at West Coast Sanitation will locate your tank and excavate it to evaluate the condition of the tank, confirm whether or not the inlet or outlet fittings are intact and determine if the tank is rusted or deteriorated in any way. During the certification process, we will repair any problem that is found. We will complete it at that time at a reasonable cost to you.
For residential septic installations and repairs in Moreno Valley, you can count on West Coast Sanitation 24/7.
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Certified Septic Services in Moreno Valley
In most states, a C-42 inspection is required for most real estate transactions. At West Coast Sanitation, our knowledgeable experts will locate the septic tank and all parts of the septic system including the seepage pit, leach lines and risers. You will be given the necessary paperwork showing the location of the septic system, then we will submit the required documents to the local Department of Environmental Health.
- C-42 Sanitation System Contractor
- California Code of Regulations
- Title 16, Division 8, Article 3. Classifications
Our C-42 inspection process will:
- Electronically locating the septic tank
- Dig out primary and secondary lid of septic tank
- Pump septic tank and perform a visual inspection of the tank
- Locate the drain field, seepage pit or leach line
- Perform water test to check for water absorption
- Sketch of system location
Following a full inspection of your home septic system, you will receive a C-42 Certificate on the same day.
For residential septic system maintenance, the professionals at West Coast Sanitation are known for a proven attention to detail that gets the job done perfectly every time. We have been serving our satisfied customers for many years and always make a point of working at your convenience. We complete our work quickly, yet efficiently, and avoid disruptions.