Mission Statement: The mission of Crotty Services, Inc. is to provide our customers with the best quality service while promoting the health and safety of our environment.
Crotty Services, Inc. prides itself on being a full-service Master Contractor, meaning we are equipped to handle projects completely in-house, from initial permitting, engineering, installation and sitework, through final inspection. We take the burden off customers in having to locate multiple companies to complete their project. This allows us to increase efficiency and lower costs for our customers. Additionally, our extensive knowledge of the Florida Statutes and Administrative Codes allows us to identify all the rules and exceptions that may apply to your unique project.
The mission of Crotty Services, Inc. is to provide our customers with the best quality service while promoting the health and safety of our environment. We do not cut quality for cost. We do not strive to be the cheapest bid; we strive to be the best in quality, service, knowledge, and candor. For this reason, we educate our customers on every aspect of the job, including the different options they have available, the pros and cons of each option, and any externalities that may be present. This allows customers to make the best decisions to fit their unique needs and to limit any unexpected costs. Should unexpected costs arise, we always notify the customer before moving forward. Whether you need a septic system, sitework, or any of our additional services, we appreciate the opportunity to earn your confidence. We are “Simply the Best.”
Wayne B. Crotty is Master Septic Tank Contractor, License No. SM0061501. Wayne is a 3rd generation Septic Contractor, following in both his father’s and grandfather’s footsteps. Clyde Crotty, Wayne’s grandfather, opened Crotty Septic Service, Inc. in Kissimmee, Florida in 1972; his father and brothers now run their own company.
Wayne has served on several state health boards, including the Variance Board, Technical Review and Advisory Panel (TRAP), Research Review and Advisory Committee, and as President of the Florida Onsite WasteWater Association. He has extensive knowledge of the rules and regulations applicable to the septic industry, as well as a thorough understanding of how these rules have changed over time. Wayne has over 25 years of experience in the septic industry and has been in business for over 15 years.
Ashlyn E. Crotty is a 2nd generation Soil Scientist. Her Father, Gregory Sawka, has over 40 years of experience and is the owner operator of the Environmental Consulting Firm. Ashlyn obtained a bachelor’s degree in soil science from the University of Florida, a Juris Doctorate from Tulane University School of Law, and is a Certified Environmental Health Professional, Cert. No. 21-2798.
She has worked for the USDA – Natural Resources Conservation Service mapping soils throughout Florida and California, provided pro-bono legal service to the Gulf Restoration Network of Louisiana, and as an Environmental Consultant, has performed on-site soil investigations, wetland delineations, protected species surveys, and hydrologic studies throughout Florida. Ashlyn has a keen understanding of the permit process and is uniquely qualified to conduct site evaluations, design septic systems, and conduct septic system and ATU inspections.
Serving Brevard, Indian River, and St. Lucie Counties, including Titusville, Port St. John, Cocoa, Rockledge, Viera, Merritt Island, Satellite Beach, Melbourne, Indialantic, Melbourne Beach, Palm Bay, Malabar, Grant-Valkaria, Micco, Roseland, Sebastian, Fellsmere, Vero Beach, Fort Pierce, and more.