Sewer Line Installation Pros in NJ

Is your sewer line damaged, broken, cracked, clogged, frozen, or fill with roots? Stop living with sewer line issues. At BRUTE Contracting, we provide the highest-quality sewer line repair services. We are licensed, bonded, and insured to provide our clients with peace of mind that their sewer line will be fixed the first time. If you are in need of a sewer line repair, sewer line replacement, or sewer line installation, call us at (201) 581-3740 to speak with a representative. We provide free sewer line assessments to help identify the problem and proposal the best solution for your needs. During your free sewer line assessment, you will receive a free sewer line inspection, consultation, and quote. Spots book fast, do not hesitate to request your free sewer line inspection today.

Our operations manager, Chris, discussing a live sewer line repair/replacement service our team completed in Bloomfield, NJ

Sewer Line Installation Process

The sewer line repair process can vary depending on the severity of the damage and the location of the sewer line. However, there are some general steps that are typically involved in a sewer line repair service:

  1. Diagnosis: The first step is to diagnose the problem. This involves using a sewer video camera to inspect the sewer line.
  2. Planning: Once the problem has been diagnosed, our team of sewer experts plan the repair. This involves deciding whether to use a trenchless sewer repair method or to excavate the sewer line.
  3. Repair: The next step is to repair the sewer line. This involves
  4. patching the pipe, replacing the pipe section, or using a trenchless repair method.
  5. Testing: Once the repair is complete, our team will test the sewer line to make sure that it is working properly.
  6. Cleaning: The final step is to clean up the area and restore the landscaping.

Sewer Line Installation Cost in NJ

The cost of sewer line installation can vary significantly depending on several factors, including the length of the sewer line, the accessibility of the installation site, the local labor and material costs, and any additional requirements or repairs needed. It’s essential to obtain specific quotes from professional plumbing contractors in your area to get an accurate estimate. However, to provide a general idea, here are some cost considerations related to sewer line installation:

  1. Per Linear Foot Cost: Sewer line installation costs are often calculated based on the length of the line that needs to be installed. On average, the cost can range from $50 to $250 per linear foot, but keep in mind that prices can be higher in certain regions.
  2. Excavation and Site Preparation: If extensive excavation is required to access the installation area, additional costs may be incurred for digging and backfilling. The complexity of the excavation and the amount of labor involved can impact the overall installation cost.
  3. Material Costs: The choice of sewer pipe material affects the overall cost. Traditional materials like PVC (polyvinyl chloride) or cast iron tend to be less expensive compared to newer options like HDPE (high-density polyethylene) or trenchless sewer lining. The material selected should be appropriate for local codes and regulations.
  4. Additional Components: Depending on the specific requirements of your property, there may be additional costs for installing cleanouts, inspection chambers, or sewer line connections. These components ensure proper maintenance and access to the sewer system.
  5. Permits and Inspections: Before commencing any sewer line installation, you may need to obtain permits from local authorities. Permit fees and inspection costs can add to the overall expenses of the project.
  6. Professional Labor Costs: Hiring licensed and experienced plumbers or plumbing contractors is essential for a successful sewer line installation. Labor costs can vary, but they typically include the expertise, labor hours, and any equipment necessary for the installation.
  7. Additional Factors: Unique circumstances such as difficult terrain, the presence of obstacles (e.g., trees, rocks), or the need for rerouting existing utilities can increase the overall installation cost.

Remember that these estimates are provided as a general guideline, and actual costs can vary significantly based on your specific location and project requirements. To obtain accurate pricing, contact our team by calling us at (201) 581-3740 or filling out our contact form.