Septic system compliance inspections in Minnesota are often required during a property transfer or for a building permit application.
An existing system inspection is valid for three years and a new system inspection is valid for five years.
A basic septic inspection reviews health and safety threats, hydraulic functioning, soil observations to verify separation to a limiting layer, tank inspection and checking monitoring/ maintenance issues. A compliance inspection can only be performed by a licensed inspector and you will receive a certificate of compliance from your local unit of government after the inspection is turned in.
A compliance inspection is a "snap shot" of your system and does not warranty the condition or longevity of your septic system.
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Northland Septic Maintenance Inc.
4207 16th Street NW
Backus, MN 56435
Main Phone: 888.454.4999