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how do i find my as-built diagram for septic&sewage

i own a home but am having trouble finding my outside septic hook up for triler
  • March 06 2012 - Visalia
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Since I do not know you personally, I would not know where it is you would keep such information.  If you are asking about local government resources, you are out of luck.  The building department of the city you live in will only have plot plans of the septic/sewer system only:
1.  If there was a permit obtain to convert from a septic to a sewer system.
2.  If the building department required the contractor/home owner to draft a diagram of the septic system.  If there is a diagram of the septic system, you then need to hope that the information is accurate and reliable enough for you to begin digging. 
In reading further into your request for information you are "...having trouble finding..." the "outside septic hook up".  If this is the case, I highly recommend calling a plumbing contractor experienced with electronic leak and pipe detection.  An experience leak detector should have capabilities in finding the sewer pipe.  Good Luck and hope this helps
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Check with your local building department and obtain a copy of the most recent permit pulled for your property.  With any luck, they'll be a name on the paperwork leading you to the contractor which permed the work directly!
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