OUR SERVICE AREA
Our main service area covers:
- The Fraser Valley - Surrey, Langley, Maple Ridge, Mission, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Agassiz, Hope and the Fraser Canyon
- Sea-to-Sky Corridor - Squamish, Whistler and Pemberton
In 2005, when the regulations governing onsite waste disposal changed in BC, Septic Expert looked to the future, and owner Martin Sparkes, became one of the first Registered On-site Wastewater Practitioners (ROWP) in the province under the new Sewerage System Regulations (SSR).
Septic Expert provides septic solutions for residential, commercial and industrial properties. We offer design, installation, inspection and maintenance services.
To design and install lifetime solutions for on-site waste disposal, thereby protecting public health and the environment and providing each customer with a solution that fits their unique situation.
Septic Expert’s primary focus is On-site Waste Disposal Systems, and therefore we have tailored our fleet to equipment which we feel is best suited for the task. We also have access to large excavators and transporters for larger homes and commercial buildings.
Excavator – For our larger jobs we delegate the excavating work to our large Hitachi 200 excavator. This big machine is typically brought out only for projects with difficult terrain or where large systems are being installed.
JCB Mini – This versatile machine is light weight and compact, allowing us to work in smaller areas with little damage to the sensitive landscape. This machine is capable of excavating for a 1600 gallon septic tank.
Ditch Witch SK650 – This machine features a quick attach front end, allowing us to use many attachments. It is used for test pits, trenching, and other excavating duties inaccessible to our small loader backhoe. The Ditch Witch has low ground pressure allowing for shaping and grading of sand without compacting it.
Service Vehicles – These trucks contain a large collection of specialty tools and equipment needed for septic system installations.
Dump Trucks – Sand and drain rock is transported by dump trucks capable of delivering up to 38 tonne per trip.