When you buy a house with a new septic system, it is part of the investment. Often times, homeowners are not even told about their systems, and may not even know what type of system they have, or the operating limitations of their systems. Home inspections only cover a one line check off box to confirm there is a system – no separate septic inspection is performed. Who does this protect?
Homeowners are entitled to receive systems that work. Because the enforcement in the industry is so minimal to nonexistent, “the good people struggle, while the bad people thrive”. A lack of uniform industry enforcement leaves the homeowners prey to the myriad of bad players who do not adhere to the rules or do not care about the long-term performance of a homeowner's system.
Homeowners are rarely offered the option for a better system since the builder sets the budget, chooses the designer, and the installer.
What are the rules? Who is enforcing them? Who is assisting the homeowner when purchasing or building a property with a septic system (technical name is on-site wastewater system )?
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