Sewer Replacement in NJ
Most homeowners in Union County NJ have a sewer pipe or sewer line that runs underground to the sewer main that is usually located under the street. NJ residents are responsible for the repair and replacment of the sewer line that runs from their house out to the municipal sewer. A Rooter Pros can help with prevention of sewer repair and sewer replacement in NJ..
Preventing Sewer Repair and Replacement in NJ
The best way to avoid expensive sewer line repair and replacement is by sewer cleaning and inspection.
NJ Sewer Cleaning
Regular Cleaning Can Prevent Serious Damage
Sewer cleaning involves removing blockages and actual cleaning of the sewer pipe. One of the major causes of sewer line damage is tree root intrusion. Tree roots do serious damage to sewer pipes. One of our sewer cleaning methods, know as hydro jetting, sends a powerful high pressure stream of water into the pipe. The pressure of hydro jetting is strong enough to cut through roots. As the jetting removes all blockages, it also scours the pipe.
NJ Sewer Camera Inspection
Get a Video Report of Sewer Condition
Sewer experts today have the ability to send a small camera through the sewer pipe. Video inspection of your sewer line is a useful tool that can diagnose problems or make you aware of a potential problem. When done as part of a maintenance program, sewer inspections may locate issues before expensive sewer repair or replacement is needed.
Signs of Sewer Problems
Sewer gas odor
Multiple clogged drains
Bubbles when flushing
Soggy foul smelling lawn
Sink and bathtub backup when toilet flushed
Types of Sewer Problems
A section of pipe is sinking down into the ground causing a blackage of flow
Joints are offset
Roots grow inside of pipe and cause blockage and damage
One section of pipe collapses preventing normal flow
A leaking joint can cause wet spots in the yard and odors
Sewer Replacement Cost in NJ
Pricing varies depending on job site variances (incurred complications on job sites, additional work or services performed on job sites, additional parts, supplies, materials used on job sites, additional travel time, etc)
Here are some general sewer repair and replace price guidelines from HomeAdvisor.