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COLEMANS INSP.

WHY DO I NEED A MAINTENANCE CONTRACT?
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN A COLEMAN AEROBIC CONTRACT?

YOUR COUNTY'S REGULATORY AGENCY 

 

 

 

As the population and number of businesses continue to grow in the bustling north-central Texas region, a shift towards environmentally-friendly Aerobic Septic Systems can be seen in the construction of new homes and commercial buildings. These on-site sewage facilities are becoming more prevalent due to factors such as clay or wet soil, rocky terrain, small lot sizes, and proximity to lakes and waterways where municipal sewage services are not available. Furthermore, considering environmental concerns, it is necessary for these waste disposal methods to be regulated in order to protect our health and preserve clean drinking water and resources. Given that these systems have various components that may deteriorate over time and with regular use, it is crucial for them to be inspected regularly to ensure proper functioning of all electrical and mechanical elements. Some counties even require homeowners to hire a licensed Maintenance Provider, including Hood, Somervell, and Erath counties.

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN A COLEMAN AEROBIC CONTRACT?

There are certain state-mandated requirements that providers must follow, but we prefer to exceed these minimum standards because it's simply the right thing to do. We take pride in going above and beyond for our clients; it's part of our commitment to providing exceptional service.

 



GUARANTEED TIMELY FILING.
Coleman Aerobic's inspections include, but are not limited to the following;

* Check the operation of the system and its various components.
* Clean compressor filter, sweep away any fireant mounds, and tidy up surrounding area.  Free filter replacement when needed.
* Pull pump and clean  pump screen.  
* Re-adjust floats when necessary
* Check the operation of system alarms, both audible and visual
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Repair visible cracked lines
* Check the operation of spray heads and redirect when needed.  Make every effort to contact homeowner of an inoperative spray head and replace if authorized
* Flush drip lines (nothing to flush on spray system)  No extra charge
* Check chlorine residual.  Clear chlorine from chlorinator when buildup occurs.  Add chlorine if homeowner has requested this service
* Check sludge level and alert homeowner when pumping is advised
* Turn reports into the Regulatory Agency, with a copy to you

* Retain a copy of the contract and inspection reports 

Contract-Holding Customers Enjoy Savings On All Services, Including Service Calls!

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