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JT Septic - Dewey, Arizona
JT Septic is a family owned company serving the growing communities of Yavapai County since 1994. We service: Dewey/Humboldt, Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, Paulden, Spring Valley, Cordes Lakes, and Mayer. We also provide service to the Verde Valley communities.
About Us: We have over 30 years experience in the waste water industry, and bring our experience to work for you. Our office staff is friendly and helpful and our System Inspectors are NAWT certified and provide prompt, courteous and professional service.
About Jesse Taulbee
Jesse Taulbee has been in the Septic Pumping Business since 1996. Aside from being exposed to all the aspects of septic tank maintenance for much of his life within family business previous, Jesse has been the owner of JT Septic for 17 years. JT Septic began with Septic System Installations and continued into the various aspects of onsite wastewater systems maintenance and installation.
He is familiar with all manner of system components and the most recent advances in technology. He is well qualified with way more than the generally required 10,000 hours of experience to be identified as an expert in his field.
In 2005, the State of Arizona enacted a law that requires a septic inspection be performed and a transfer of ownership filed for all properties with on-site waste water treatment facilities (septic systems.) This law requires all system inspectors to be NAWT trained and certified. This certification process ensures that all inspectors have the necessary experience to perform a septic inspection properly.
JTS inspectors are NAWT certified and have years of experience installing new systems and doing routine repair work on Sewer Lines, Septic Tanks and Leach Fields.
A typical septic inspection includes the following on-site procedures:
- Locate and uncover the septic tank lids.
- Remove lids and do a visual septic inspection of inlet and outlet baffles, and/or tees.
- Pump the tank and inspect the structural integrity of the tank walls and lid. If a tank includes a filter, then the filter is cleaned at this point.
- Test the leach field by introducing high volume water to the tank outlet line.
- Inspect the yard for signs of surfacing or other indicators of leach line failure or distress.
- Flush toilet in the house or add water to sewer clean-out to make sure the sewer line is clear and functioning properly.
- Replace tank lids and backfill.
After the inspection, the paperwork is processed at the office and e-mailed or faxed to the property owners or their agents.
By law, this inspection is good for a period of six months. So, if a house is sold, this work needs to be done no longer than six months prior to close of escrow.
Call today to schedule your next regular maintenance pump-out!
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