Notice the area on the concrete wall where the pipe comes out of the wall has cracks. The reason for the cracks is due to all of the water leaving this home is NOT going into the sewer, it’s going into the ground around the foundation. These cracks are caused by the constant water weakening the foundation because the ground can never drain properly. Upon inspecting the vertical part of this pipe, we discovered it was bone dry after opening it up. This could have been going on for decades only to be investigated due to a bad sewer smell from the kitchen drain.
This is a screenshot of the video camera of the sewer line. Notice the extreme rusting and that dark spot far off is how small the interior of the pipe has become from rust and age. The sewer line is also cracked and leaking onto the ductwork that brings air through the entire home. This smelly sewer water is sitting in the pipe and pushing the smell through drains and heating vents because the water lines and ductwork are buried under the kitchen in the concrete. Yes, airborne smell pumping throughout the entire home while the entire family is breathing this every day.
This beautiful new kitchen that was just completed now has to be disassembled and the concrete floor has to be jack-hammered up to install the new water lines. The sewer line also needs to be hydro jetted to open up the line and prevent sewage from backing up into the basement. After the line is clean, we will insert a pipeline and make this better than a new one!
These are an example of the process of pipelining. The top left is before, and the top right is after we hydro jet and picote the interior. Picote is a tool with blades that rotate inside the pipe removing rust and corrosion. the bottom photo is how the pipe lining looks after it has hardened. This is guaranteed for 10 years, and tree roots cannot penetrate the sewer line. What you DON’T know should keep you awake at night! I ask you, isn’t it a good idea to spend $275 on the camera on your line? Call us operators are standing by… (973) 657-5771

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