Septic system compliance inspections in Minnesota are often required during a property transfer or for a building permit application.
Residential Compliance Information
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.
Commercial Compliance Information
Commercial septic system compliance inspections in Minnesota are often required during a property transfer or for a building permit application.
As with residential compliance inspection, commercial compliance inspection is only 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 has spent over two decades honing and expanding our skill-set in order to provide you, the customer, with the widest range of services in the onsite industry.
We are licensed with the MPCA and hold the following license: Service Provider, Maintainer, Installer, Designer, Inspector, Type IV Biosolids, Class D Wastewater, Advanced Designer, Advanced Inspector.