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Ca. State License A, B, C42,C53 #832890
Serving Southern California including but not limited to:
Riverside County- La Quinta, Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Indio, Palm Desert, Bermuda Dunes, Indian Wells, Thousand Palms, Coachella Valley, Beaumont, Banning, Cherry Valley, Calimesa, Desert Hot Springs, Whitewater, Perris, Nuevo, Temecula, Murrieta, Winchester, San Jacinto, Riverside, Lake Mathews, Mira Loma, Colton, Moreno Valley, Norco, Lake Elsinore, Corona, Homeland, Romoland, Twin Pines, Idyllwild, Menifee, Sun City, Beaumont, Cabazon, Hemet, Wildomar, Whitewater San Bernardino County- Big Bear, Fawnskin, San Bernardino, Redlands, Ontario, Victorville, Highland, Apple Valley, Running Springs, Yucaipa, Crestline, Colton, Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, Yucca Valley, Joshua Tree, Twentynine Palms, Landers, Angelus Oaks, Forest Falls, Barton Flats, and surrounding areas.
Our Services include:
Sewer Hookups, Septic Certification, Septic Repairs, Sewer plumber, Septic to Sewer Connection, Leach Lines, Leach Fields, Seepage Pits, Leach Infiltrator Chambers, Sewer Lateral, Septic System Repair, Septic Installation.
Coachella Valley Sewer Connections
Converting your septic system by connecting to the city sewer system can be a daunting
task. Ballinger Developments can help make the process go smoothly. We will obtain the
city building permits, provide a connection plan, pump and demolish your existing tank,
and connect to the sewer system all at affordable prices.
Visit this link at Coachella Valley Water District for contact information to inquire about sewer connections. The Coachella Valley Water District will help you determine if a lateral is located at your property and if any fees are required. connections. Contact the Coachella Valley Water District to determine if a lateral is available at your property and if any fees are required.
Please contact us for a competitive sewer hookup estimate.
Coachella Valley Septic System Pumping, Certification, Repair, and Installation
If you are buying or selling a home in Coachella Valley, California, you should considering hiring a Licensed C-42 Sanitation Contractor for your septic system certification.
We coordinate our work with real estate agents, banks, home sellers and buyers, and escrow companies. Photos are taken during the septic certification process to provide detailed information of the certification of the septic tank system.
Should the septic system fail, we will provide an affordable estimate for septic tank replacement or leach field replacement or repairs. We have experience working with escrow companies and are aware of time constraints when escrows are ready to close.
Coachella Valley residents can be confident Ballinger Developments will complete the septic certification in a timely and professional manner.
Septic System Repair and New Installation
Whether you need septic system repair or a complete new septic system installation, Ballinger Developments provides professional services all at affordable prices!
Ballinger Developments has been Coachella Valley's most trusted provider of septic system installation and septic system repair services. Our septic system specialists will work with you to design and install the optimal septic system for your home or business.
Assisting our customers with everything from acquiring septic system installation permits to septic system installation. Ballinger Developments is your single-source solution provider for all of your septic system needs. Ballinger Developments is experienced in installing all types of septic systems.
Septic system malfunctions, real estate transactions with failed certifications, and home additions are just some of the reasons why new septic systems should be installed. Ballinger Developments is here to assist you with designing and installing your new septic system.
We realize that new septic system design and installation can be a daunting process for the home or business owner. To put your mind at ease, we explain our process below.
1. Some areas require a percolation test prior to installing a new septic system. Contact your local Environmental Health Department to see if a percolation test is needed.
2. After the percolation test is completed, a septic design will be provided.
3. We will provide a competitive bid based on the design specifications and assist in obtaining the necessary permits.