Fix Sewer Line NJ in NJ

⚠️ Are you experiencing sewer line issues in New Jersey and need a sewer line repair and replacement specialist to fix your sewer line?

Contact BRUTE Contracting and you will be greeted by our owners, Daniel Radici or Uri Bussi. Daniel or Uri will listen to your sewer issues and provide you with the best option regarding your current situation and a free estimate to fix your sewer line.

If you qualify, you will be provided with a free sewer camera inspection so our team can assess the condition of the sewer line and provide you with an in-depth proposal regarding the scope of work and costs required to fix the sewer line.

Fixing a sewer line can be a complex and potentially hazardous task, and it often requires the expertise of a professional plumber or sewer repair specialist. Here are some general steps you might take if you suspect an issue with your sewer line, but keep in mind that it’s crucial to consult with a licensed professional for an accurate diagnosis and proper repair:

  1. Identify the Problem:
    • Determine the location and extent of the sewer line issue. Common problems include blockages, leaks, or damaged pipes.
  2. Turn Off Water:
    • If you suspect a sewer line issue, it’s a good idea to turn off the main water supply to your home to prevent any further water from entering the sewer system.
  3. Call a Professional:
    • Contact a licensed plumber or sewer repair specialist to inspect your sewer line. They will use specialized equipment such as sewer cameras to diagnose the problem accurately.
  4. Diagnosis:
    • The professional will assess the condition of your sewer line and provide recommendations for repair or replacement based on their findings.
  5. Repair Options:
    • The repair method will depend on the specific issue. Common sewer line repairs include:
      • Clearing blockages: If the problem is a clog, the plumber may use hydro-jetting or mechanical snakes to clear it.
      • Pipe patching: Minor cracks or small holes can often be patched with specialized materials.
      • Pipe lining: Trenchless pipe lining can be used to rehabilitate existing pipes without excavation.
      • Pipe replacement: In severe cases, where the pipe is extensively damaged or collapsed, replacement may be necessary. This can involve traditional excavation or trenchless methods, such as pipe bursting or directional drilling.
  6. Obtain Permits:
    • If a replacement or major repair is needed, you may need to obtain permits from your local government before work can begin.
  7. Repair or Replacement:
    • Once you’ve agreed on the repair method and obtained any necessary permits, the plumber will proceed with the repair or replacement work.
  8. Testing and Inspection:
    • After the repair or replacement is completed, the sewer line should be thoroughly tested to ensure it is functioning correctly. This typically involves a final inspection by the plumber.
  9. Clean-Up:
    • The work area should be cleaned up, and any landscaping or hardscaping that was disrupted during the repair should be restored.
  10. Maintenance:
    • Consider regular sewer line maintenance to prevent future issues. This may include periodic inspections and cleaning.

Remember that working on sewer lines can be hazardous due to exposure to wastewater and the potential for environmental contamination. It’s always best to hire a sewer specialist with the necessary equipment and expertise to safely and effectively fix sewer line issues. Attempting to DIY sewer line repairs can lead to further problems and health risks. Contact BRUTE Contracting to speak to one of our owners to fix your sewer line.