The cost of sewer pipe relining can vary depending on several factors, including the length of the sewer pipe, the diameter of the pipe, the material of the existing pipe, the extent of damage or deterioration, and your location. Additionally, labor costs and the specific company you hire can also influence the overall cost.

  1. Per Linear Foot: On average, the cost of sewer pipe relining can range from $80 to $250 per linear foot. This cost can vary based on the factors mentioned above, such as the condition of the existing pipe and the diameter.
  2. Size of the Pipe: Larger-diameter pipes typically cost more to reline than smaller ones. The size of the pipe can significantly impact the overall cost.
  3. Material of Existing Pipe: The material of the existing pipe can influence the cost. Relining older pipes made of materials like clay or cast iron may be more expensive than relining newer PVC pipes.
  4. Extent of Damage: If there is extensive damage or multiple sections of the pipe need to be relined, the cost will be higher.
  5. Location: The cost of labor and materials can vary by location. Urban areas with higher living costs tend to have higher prices for sewer pipe relining.
  6. Additional Costs: Keep in mind that there may be additional costs for factors such as permits, inspections, and any necessary repairs or cleanouts.
  7. Trenchless vs. Traditional Methods: Trenchless sewer pipe relining methods can sometimes be more expensive than traditional open-trench methods, but they can save on landscaping and excavation costs.

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Whether you own a residential property or a commercial establishment, BRUTE Contracting is your trusted partner for sewer pipe relining services. Contact us at (201) 581-3740 or fill out our contact form to get a free consultation for your sewer pipe relining service in New Jersey.