Emergency Services NJ
An unexpected sewer or water line service interruption can be an overwhelming experience. Depending on the type of emergency, these situations can be dangerous, potentially health hazardous, and costly if not acted upon immediately by a well-qualified contractor. Whether it’s a water line leak, sewer line break, or just a “nagging” problem BRUTE Contracting Inc. is well equipped to handle all types of emergency situations. Our experienced crews are readily available to tackle these difficult projects. Precise decision-making and problem-solving skills are key in executing an emergency project for the best possible outcome.
All inquiries for a sewer or water line emergency are addressed promptly. Depending on the type of emergency, we will either have a company representative or technician at your door as soon as possible. Time is of the essence which is why we utilize our cutting-edge sewer camera and line locating equipment to quickly assess your problem and devise an organized plan to provide our clients with the best possible outcome. Our motivation is to ensure your sewer or water service line for your home or business is functioning again.
Emergency Sewer Line services
- Emergency Sewer Line Repair
- Emergency Sewer Repair
- Emergency Sewer Line Replacement
- Emergency Sewer Line Installation
Emergency Water Line services
- Emergency Water Line Repair
- Emergency Water Main Repair
- Emergency Water Line Replacement
- Emergency Water Main Replacement
- Emergency Water Line Installation
- Emergency Water Main Installation
In most cases, Yes. Very few towns service the homeowners sewer line laterals in the street.
This depends on what type of problem you are experiencing. For example, a break/collapse or “belly” in the pipe would almost always require an excavation. Obstructions such as tree roots, pipe scale build-up, or harden sediment can normally be hydro jetted clean. A thorough camera inspection will ensure a proper diagnosis.
In the case of a water service line repair – This generally depends on what type of pipe material the service line is but excavation is normally required. In the case of a new water service line installation, we generally use a combination of excavation and implement a partial trenchless solution to mitigate substantial property damage and/or restoration costs.
Yes, due to the health concerns associated with lead material.
Yes. In some cases, Relining an existing sewer line is possible if the existing line can be thoroughly cleaned, is properly pitched, and can accept the new liner.