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How Much To Replace a Main Sewer Line?

Old sewer pipe from a sewer line replacement service

Replacing a main sewer line in New Jersey involves several factors influencing the overall cost. These factors include the extent of the damage, the location of the problem, and the method of repair.

  • Sewer Line Assessment: A thorough assessment of the main sewer line is crucial to determine the extent of damage and the best course of action for replacement.
  • Traditional Replacement: Traditional replacement involves excavating the old sewer line and installing a new one. Costs can vary depending on the length of the line and the depth of excavation required.
  • Trenchless Replacement: Trenchless methods, such as pipe bursting or pipe lining, offer less invasive alternatives to traditional excavation. While potentially costing more upfront, they can result in savings due to reduced property damage and restoration expenses.
  • Material Costs: The type of material used for the new sewer line, such as PVC, clay, or cast iron, can also impact the overall cost of replacement.
  • Labor and Equipment: Labor costs, equipment rental, and any additional services required, such as tree root removal or soil stabilization, should also be factored into the total cost.

If you are experiencing sewer issues, call BRUTE Contracting today at (201) 581-3740 to get a free assessment for a main sewer line replacement service.