Sewer Line Services NJ

BRUTE Contracting Inc. is the leading expert of all subsurface sewer line repair and installation services in NJ. Our company performs the repair, replacement, and new installation services of residential and commercial sanitary sewer lines. We rely on our state-of-the-art camera and locating equipment to properly guide us in assessing existing sewer lines and providing our clients with the proper repair in a timely and efficient fashion.

All of Our Sewer Line Services

  • Sewer Line Repair
  • Sewer Line Replacement
  • Sewer Line Installation
  • Sewer Line Locating
  • Sewer Pipe Relining
  • Sewer Line Relining
  • Sewer Camera Inspection
  • Trenchless Sewer Line Repair
  • Trenchless Sewer Repair
  • Collapsed Sewer Line Repair
  • Broken Sewer Line Repair
  • Underground Sewer Line Repair
  • Trenchless Sewer Repair
  • Sewer Drain Line Repair
  • No Dig Sewer Line Repair
  • Sewer Line Repair NJ
  • Sewer Repair
  • Sewer Repair NJ
  • Clogged Sewer Line
  • Sewer Line Clog
  • Sewer Line Cleaning
  • Spot Repairs With Clean-Out Installation
  • Drainage Contractors
  • Pipe Bursting Contractors
  • Excavating Contractors
  • Yard Drainage Contractors NJ
  • Sump Pump Repair
  • Sewer Cleaning

Don’t wait, call BRUTE Contracting Inc. at (201) 581-3740 and we will fix your sewer problem right away.

In most cases, Yes. Very few towns service the homeowner’s 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.