We provide thorough septic inspections in Branson, MO as well as Stone – Taney County and Table Rock Lake. Whether it’s for real estate, banks or home buyers, we can help!
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We are also licensed as septic inspectors in Kimberling City, Lampe, Branson West, Reeds Spring, Galena, Cape Fair, Forsyth and Hollister, MO.
Jon was good to work with. He answered all our questions about the septic system. The inspection and repairs were completed professionally in a day and a half. He also completed and filed all the inspection reports the next day. It was a pleasure doing business with him.
– Denny G.
We sold our house and I hired Envirotek Systems to do my septic inspection. They also did the repairs I needed to close on the house. I highly recommend them if you need an inspection.
– Mary H.
You can expect more with our services. Most septic inspectors simply just run some water in the sink and call it good. Trust in our knowledge to perform everything that the state and county requires.
Real Estate Inspection for Septic Systems
If you’re selling or buying a home, you’ll likely be required by the lender or county to have an inspection of your septic system performed.
We have been involved in countless inspections for real estate transactions. We also make it an easy and seamless process.
Real estate generally comes with a tremendous amount of paper work, so we help lessen this burden by acquiring, performing and submitting all necessary forms and permits for the transfer.
For Home Buyers:
When it comes to buying your home, there’s a lot to consider. One of the hardest things to really get a grasp on is the septic system. It’s usually buried underground and out of sight to truly determine it’s functionality.
Most sellers generally have this service performed, but for the smart home buyers, they call us to ensure that everything is in working order.
Budgeting for the purchase of a home is hard enough to deal with. Add to that with an unexpected expense or repair that can be in the thousands, is one specific reason why home buyers trust in us. Have your septic inspected by us to avoid these future costly expenses.
So you’ve sold your home and now it’s time to finish up the remaining details. If you live in Stone County, it’s likely that you are required to get a septic inspection before the process can be finalized.
We understand that from a homeowner’s (seller’s) perspective that getting the paper work is all you really care to have done. By law and county regulations, there are a few requirements that must be met. (see requirements below)
As a seller there are certain things you should strongly consider when it comes to selling your home. Missouri state and county regulations are in place to prevent soil and contamination issues, but also to ensure that everything is in working order.
When you select an inspector that doesn’t perform the process correctly, you might be held liable if down the road issues with the system are to occur.
Our methods and approach are to perform our inspections methodically and to ensure that each component functions and operates to code. This ensures that your septic system meets all the local governing authority’s requirements.
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For Lending Institutions:
As a lending institution, you may require that the inspection of the septic system be performed prior to transferring ownership.
We will provide this service as well as all state and county related documents. This includes the permits, inspection forms, water samples, etc.
You can expect our inspection to be unbiased and thorough. We have worked with multiple lending institutions and are savvy in this process.
Taney & Stone County Requirements To Pass
Each county in Missouri have their own regulations and requirements for septic inspections. Some are simply to stay in compliance with the state’s standards, while others have their own set of regulations that are in addition to this.
The following are the septic inspection requirements and regulations for the state of Missouri, Stone County and Taney County.
- Missouri licenses individuals as OWTS (Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems) inspectors for the purpose of real estate transactions.
- New systems must be in operation for at least 6 months before performing and inspection.
The following is a list of procedures and component checks that should be performed during an inspection.
- Excavate to expose entire top of septic tank including the inlet and outlet pipe penetrations.
- Inspect condition of tank, inlet and outlet baffles, tees, risers, lids, etc.
- Determine whether inlet and outlet baffle tees are configured correctly.
- Test tank for water tightness both for infiltration and exfiltration.
- Measure and record dimensions and volume of tank.
- Measure scum and sludge levels and determine whether tank is in need of pumping.
- Determine whether inlet and outlet baffle tees have accessibility to grade for repairs or replacement.
- Confirm whether all plumbing fixtures in dwelling(s) are connected to tank.
- Perform hydraulic load test on disposal/treatment field and inspect for malfunctions such as blockage or surfacing of effluent.
- Measure and record all component setbacks in relationship to property lines, wells, streams, etc.
- Provide sketch of system components, setback measurements and property dimensions.
Stone County’s Regulations:
Both Stone and Taney County adhere to the state regulations regarding septic system inspections.
However, Stone County is unique in that it is the only Missouri County that has adopted a special ordinance requiring a septic inspection (in some instances) as part of the process of obtaining a property transfer certificate.
No real estate transactions can be closed upon without this certificate. We make the process easy by handling all elements of applications, paperwork and certificates for our clients.
Taney County’s Regulations:
Taney County abides by the Missouri regulations.
Our Licensing & Course Credentials
Missouri State Septic Inspector License
Missouri Septic Inspection Training Course
Onsite Wastewater Treatment System Inspectors Course 2008-Present
Stone County Inspector License
Taney County Inspector License
Taney County has no additional licensing requirements other than the state license.
Benefits of our services as septic inspectors in Branson
At Envirotek Systems, we are state and county licensed inspectors. We make sure that each system meets all regulations and operates to code.
Some benefits of our services include:
- We provide all necessary services including the reports, water samples, property sketch and submitting the forms.
- We perform our work thoroughly to ensure that nothing is overlooked.
- We can offer everything from the components that are required to the machinery (backhoe) necessary to uncover the tank.
- We take an unbiased approach as to not favor the buyer nor the seller.
Whether you’re buying, selling or just want to make sure your system is functioning correctly, you can trust in our services.
Contact us as your professional septic inspectors in Branson.
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