Say what? What is a septic engineer? Do I need an engineer to design a septic system? Maybe. But the first question, is if it cost no more to have the best person design your system, why wouldn't you use an engineer?
Engineers have a unique background in technical requirements. Generally, after 5 years of college, they are required to pass a National Engineering Exam (very difficult, like the bar exam for engineers), THEN they get at least 8,000 hours (yes, eight THOUSAND HOURS) of training as an apprentice before they can be licensed.
Other people are allowed to design standarized systems, that have a Sanitarian license, which requires 4 years of college, and passing an exam, after a one week class. Nope, no 8,000 hours of training. No training in complex hydraulics, flow analysis, etc. If the cost is the same, do you use the most technically qualified person, or not?? Something to think about, if you have a choice.
So if you're looking for someone to be a septic system engineer, you may have come to the right place. We can do a septic system design on any kind of system, any where. No matter how complex, we can do it (and probably have, in the past).
See our contact page for more info, and thanks for looking!
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