Getting Started

If you are selling a home that utilizes an on lot septic system, most realtors will recommend that you have your septic system inpsected to make sure it meets state and local standards. This helps the sale of the house to progress smoothly because a potential buyer could request an inspection of the system.  If you'd like to read a realtor's perspective on this, click here. 

 

If your system fails inspection, we can help you through the process of getting your system repaired or replaced in time for your upcoming settlement.

Failed System?
 

There are several things that can lead to the failure of a septic system. We can help you with any septic problems you may have, whether it be a failed certification, system malfunction (sewage seeping up through your lawn), or if you simply need a few components replaced in your current system to get it in working order.

 

Sometimes figuring out what to do next, after your system has failed, can be tricky. At Joseph Walls Inc we are happy to help you find out just what you need to do next.

 

Call us at (610) 721-6640 or email us at josephwallsinc@aol.com.

 

Permits and Paperwork

 

 

Every county has different paperwork that needs to be completed before you can have your yard tested for a new system. Usually, a Record Rider Form and a fee specific to your county is the first step.

 

At Joseph Walls Inc, we do everything we can to make this process as painless as possible for you.

 

We will fill out all paperwork, send someone out to your home or office for your signature, at your convenience, and even take the paperwork into the county or township for you.

 

If you'd like to look at the paperwork necessary for your county or township, or if you want to fill it out yourself, check out our Links page.

 

 

 

 

Testing and Design

 

 

After the Record Rider Form and fees are submitted, we can begin the testing process. Click here for more information about testing.

 

Once testing for a new system is complete, we can design your new system and submit the design to the county inspectors for approval. Once approved, we receive a signed permit that allows the installation of your new system to begin.

 

 

​At this point, we will give you a quote for the cost of installation, specific to your needs as determined by the testing and local regulations.