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Certified Subsurface Wastewater Operator (CSWO)

In the Stateville, Mooresville & surrounding areas since 2000

Septic Repair Services

Septic Tank Replacement

Did you know Houses built before 1970 typically installed septic tanks constructed of manmade cinder block..

Excavation Services

It is important to properly remove or abandon un-used septic tanks to avoid very serious safety hazards including…

Sanitary Tee / Filter

Your septic tank is an important part of your septic system, but your Sanitary Tees — Baffles & Effluent Filters play a very…

Riser / Lid

Septic Tank Risers and Lids or Covers are designed to replace existing concrete, fiberglass, or metal septic tank covers.

Drain Lines

Drain fields and drain lines area also referred to as leach fields / leach lines and soil absorption fields.

Septic Installation Services

Gravity System

Septic tank installation is one of the many services offered by Lentz Wastewater Management.As the name implies, gravity

Chamber System

Chambers-Infiltrator® chambers are hollow structures that attach end-to-end. They are installed in trenches or beds

Pressure Distribution System

Septic systems are underground wastewater treatment structures, commonly used in rural areas without centralized sewer

Septic Maintenance Services

Pump Alarm Service

Septic effluent pumps are used to move clarified septic effluent out of a the septic tank to the drainfield in systems

Pump Replacement

Septic and Sewer effluent pumps work hard to move wastewater to an alternate tank or absorption field. Typically pump

Floats / Switches / Control Box

If your septic system uses a pump to remove wastewater from the tank to a drain field, your system will have a septic tank alarm

Drainfield Solutions

Drainfield Rejuvenation Terralift

Do you have a saturated drain field? Terralift could be the solution for you. Do you have smelly,

Excavation

It is important to properly remove or abandon un-used septic tanks to avoid very serious safety hazards including, caving in,

Addition / Upgrade

Drain fields are also known as leach fields or soil absorption field. Drain lines are also referred to as Leach lines.

Replacement

Replacing a drain field requires a permit from your local environmental health department. Please see Permit Information

Certified Subsurface Wastewater Operator Inspections – Iredell County, Statesville and Surrounding North Carolina

As a homeowner, you may already know that some wastewater treatment systems require routine maintenance and inspections. Although type IV wastewater treatment systems are the most common, other systems may require routine maintenance and inspections as well.

In Iredell county, the following systems are required, by law, to have routine inspections performed:

  •       ATUs – aerobic treatment units
  •       Peat, sand, or textile biofolters
  •       Deep irrigation systems
  •       Any LPP (low pressure pipe systems) post 1992

*In other counties in North Carolina, the systems requiring inspection and the details of the inspection may be different. For this article, we will just be speaking about Iredell County. However, our CSWO’s work all over North Carolina. Call for more information.

 

How Often Does My System Need to be Inspected?

The overwhelming majority of systems require maintenance and inspections 2 times each year (every 6 months), though it solely depends on the system. Results of your system’s inspections must be sent to the county every year, and these reports must detail any issues that are found, such as water surfacing and other common issues.

 

Maintenance and Inspection Contracts

Lentz Wastewater Management’s clients can sign a yearly contract with us that includes CSWO (Certified Subsurface Wastewater Operator) inspections and maintenance for a year, and we will take care of reporting our findings to the county. We charge $400 per year for these services and you will have the option to renew once the current year’s contract is nearing completion.

 

What to Expect From Your Inspection

When one of our technicians arrives at your property for your inspection, they will complete your assessment by following a thorough, highly detailed checklist. This helps us ensure your system is thoroughly and properly inspected and it gives our clients peace knowing they are abiding by state and county mandates. We will provide you with a copy of each report and ensure the inspection results are sent into the county in a timely fashion. Keep in mind – failing to have your system properly maintained and inspected can cause you to be fined by the county and it can eventually lead to costly repairs.

For example, when Type IV systems (PPBPS manufactured by T&J Panels) are not maintained properly, the lines can become completely clogged. When lines are not flushed on a regular basis, the solid particles get clogged in the pipe and between the pipe and concrete panel. Depending on the extent of damage, homeowners sometimes have to replace their entire drain field. However, an inspection would catch this. During the 6 month inspection visit, all drain lines are flushed and the proper pressure on each line is set. That’s why this type of inspection is so important, beyond just being a county requirement.

 

Ready For Your Inspection?

Call upon Lentz Wastewater Management for all your Certified Subsurface Wastewater Operator inspection needs. We’ve been in this business for over 20 years and are accustomed to working with the county to ensure we properly inspect and report on these systems. Call us today to learn more about our inspection services and to sign a contract with our family-run company.

Having an issue that requires your septic tank to be pumped? Get in touch with Lentz Septic.

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(980) 829-3278

Lentz Wastewater Management
463 Lentz Rd
Statesville, NC 28625

 

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