Commonwealth Waste Solutions Founder Featured In Plumber Magazine

August 22, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Commonwealth Waste Solutions, a Chesterfield based plumbing company, recently had their founder, Jason Muzzy, appear in an article in Plumber Magazine. Muzzy is known for having started not one but two successful septic plumbing businesses in the last 19 years. Commonwealth Waste Solutions, his second business, has enjoyed wild success since it opened its doors, due in part to Muzzy’s dedication to and emphasis on providing good customer service and the best septic system-related services in the area. The article can be found here: https://www.pumper.com/editorial/2019/07/commonwealth-waste-solutions-is-a-successful-second-act-for-this-driven-virginia-pumper.



Like most small business owners, Muzzy is constantly in motion, trying to meet the needs of his clients, managing his business, and looking for new clients all at once. He states, “I never leave a phone call unanswered. I pay attention to details and look for potential problems that could cause an issue for customers down the road.” His work ethic is what he considers to be the biggest reason behind the great success he has had over the years. “I used to get up at 4 a.m. and run that truck as long as I could,” Muzzy says. “You really need a gung-ho work ethic in order to succeed.”

All the work he puts in has produced great results, with the company’s gross revenue increasing by an average of 20% every year since 2012—with a 30% increase in 2018. This growth comes as a result of a strong work ethic that encourages customers to become repeat clients. The company generally operates around the Chesapeake Bay watershed, an environmentally sensitive area where the residents have their septic tanks pumped every five years. The high quality service provided by Commonwealth Waste Solutions leads to many clients calling again whenever they need their septic tanks pumped.

Jason Muzzy began his career as a member of the US Coast Guard. He was born in Chester and attended two small colleges in Texas, where he studied business management. His first septic service company was opened in August of 2002 and was based in Nags Head, a coastal barrier-island community. This business grew very rapidly. As Muzzy says, “By the following February, I had three trucks. I just stepped into a very lucky situation. A competitor was leaving the business and I just walked in at the perfect time. I had land to use for land application of waste and picked up most of the competitor’s previous customers.” Muzzy later sold this business and moved back to Chester a while later, launching Commonwealth Waste Solutions to offer septic services in and around Charles City, Chesterfield. Visit the company’s site to read more at https://cwsseptic.com.

The close attention to detail and high quality service offered by Commonwealth Waste Solutions has resulted in the company building a large following of repeat customers. Many of these customers have left reviews praising Commonwealth Waste Solutions and Jason Muzzy for the high quality service provided. One such review states, “Jason was prompt and was quick to locate a buried septic tank lid that I had never known was there, despite me living in the house for five years. The pumping commenced and Jason answered all the septic tank maintenance questions I had. When the pumping was done, he did a good job of refilling the hole and covering up the spot. The price seemed fair to me at $210 dollars, so the next time five years rolls around, I won't hesitate to call Jason at Commonwealth Waste Solutions. Nice work.”

Another pleased client said, “Commonwealth pumped and inspected our septic system prior to us moving into our home eight months ago. Last night, our system clogged up—due to us using too many flushable wipes, I would later discover. So, in a panic, I called a 24 hour company that wanted to charge me a lot of money to come re-pump my system. I waited to call Commonwealth until this morning. Jason walked me through several scenarios over the phone. After following what he had told me to do, my system is now flowing again! Excellent customer service, and they saved me a ton of money too! I highly recommend this company. Thank you, Commonwealth Waste Solutions!”

Residents and businesses in the area serviced by Commonwealth Waste Solutions are encouraged to contact Jason Muzzy today for all their septic pumping needs. Find the company on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/CommonwealthWasteSolutions.

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For more information about Commonwealth Waste Solutions, contact the company here:

Commonwealth Waste Solutions
Jason Muzzy
(804) 895-6355
contact@cwsseptic.com
Commonwealth Waste Solutions 9201 Cattail Rd Chesterfield, VA 23838

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