Our owner is a master septic contractor.
At Southern Water and Soil, our owner, Greg Mayfield, R.S., M.S.C., C.E.H.P., is a master septic contractor. In the Tampa, Florida area, you must obtain proper permits and inspections from the local municipality and submit a detailed site plan, before you can install a new septic system at a building site or replace an existing system. Securing the involvement of a master septic contractor with this part of the process can expedite the inspection and allow the construction process to continue without delay.
Every master septic contractor in our area plays an important role in the development of new septic projects, and you can find Greg Mayfield and other master septic contractors listed here on the state’s website. What does it take to become a master septic contractor? To be eligible for registration in the state of Florida, you must meet the following qualifications:
- Have three years of experience as a septic tank contractor in the state of Florida. This three-year period must not be interrupted by a revocation, suspension, or probation of any licensing agency.
- Take and complete at least 30 hours of coursework approved by the Florida Department of Health.
- Pass an exam that shows you have advanced knowledge of the installation and maintenance of septic systems. This exam covers topics like performing soil evaluations, designing systems, and closing residential repair jobs.
- Undergo a review for any major infractions or other laws relating to onsite sewage treatment and disposal.
Because our owner is a master septic contractor, we can successfully complete any septic project you present to us, no matter its scope or level of intricacy. For more information, please contact us today.