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 Sewer Repair Contractors NJ

Sewer backups and sewer repairs in NJ are the most common plumbing problems we see in New Jersey.

New Jersey sewer repairs often start with a sewer backup that keeps coming back after it was cleared.

Sewer backup can be caused by a number of different things.

Causes of Sewer Backups in NJ

It could be as easy as a buildup of debris that a snake can clear, but sometimes it can be a bigger plumbing problem like any of the following:

  • Broken sewer pipes: A broken or damaged sewer pipe will cause your sewer to back up repeatedly.
  • Substance Buildup: Over time, things like grease, oils and fats can build up in the sewer line and an ordinary drain snake will not be able to clean them out causing frequent backups.
  • Tree Roots in the Sewer Line:  Your sewer line is off course underground and very often tree roots can find their way into the sewer line through a small crack and grow and flourish in the moist sewer line, clogging up the line and potentially causing your small crack to grow bigger.

For these types of sewer problems, a video camera inspection is usually the best way to discover the cause of the problem.

Sewer video inspection is inexpensive and call tell you exactly what the cause of the problem is and whether water sewer pipe repair is needed.

If you are having problems with your sewer line call us at 201-645-0888 for sewer video inspection to find out the cause of the sewer problem and get an estimate on sewer repair.

Sewer Water Jetting Contractors in NJ

In some cases, such as with substance buildup in the sewer line or tree roots that have not damaged the sewer pipe we can do sewer water jetting instead of sewer repair.  Sewer water jetting uses high pressure water to clean the inside of the sewer pipe and remove all substance buildup, debris and tree roots.nj-drain-sewer-experts

 Sewer Repair Contractors NJ

If the problem is a broken sewer pipe then excavation may be needed to dig up the area of the broken pipe and replace it with a new pipe.

Sometimes we can avoid digging using trenchless sewer repair in which we would line the sewer pipe with a sleeve instead of sewer pipe replacement / repairing the broken pipe.

If you are having problems with your sewer line, give us a call at 201-645-0888 and we will send one of our professional plumbing technicians to root out the problem for you and repair the sewer line.

 

 

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