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Compliance With Local Sewer Requirements
We’ve Dealt With The East Bay Municipal Utilities District More
Times Than You Can Count.
If you’re in need of a sewer line inspection because of local compliance rules, don’t worry! We have plenty of experience working with various communities within the East Bay. Once we determine your sewer line is clear, a representative from the city has to come out and officially sign off on your compliance certificate.
We’re not going to lie, it can be a frustrating process, but we make it as smooth and painless as possible for you. Here are the basic facts you should know if you live in one of the communities that falls under the East Bay Municipal Utilities District or EBMUD.
What Am I Required To Do To Be In Compliance?
The first thing you need to know is how old your sewer is. Sewers built before a certain year must be replaced, regardless of whether or not they pass a pressure test. Typically, before you can move into a new home you have purchased, you will need to get your sewer line in compliance. The same is true if you want to perform certain kinds of repairs and remodels.
What If My Sewer Is Not Too Old But Still Does Not Pass The Pressure Test?
Unfortunately, until your sewer line can pass the EBMUD’s pressure test, it will not be able to receive a certificate of compliance. Depending on what the issue is, we may be able to perform repairs to resolve the issue. There are times when full sewer line replacement is necessary, though.
Once My Sewer Passes, What Do I Need To Do To Get My Certificate?
As long as a representative from the EBMUD is present while the test is performed, they will issue you the certificate. Once you have that, you can remodel, move into your new home, upgrade your water meter, or do whatever else it is that you couldn’t before. Our goal is to get you in compliance as quickly and painlessly as possible, so you can get back to your life.