Reliable Sewer and Water Line Repair Services

Trusted Solutions for Sewer and Water Line Issues - Professor Gatsby's Plumbing

At Professor Gatsby’s Plumbing, we understand the importance of well-functioning sewer and water lines in your South Jersey and Mercer County home. Our licensed plumbers offer expert sewer and water line repair and inspection services across the area, including Williamstown, Turnersville, Sewell, Mullica HillCherry Hill, Sicklerville, and more. Equipped with cutting-edge equipment, our technicians can effectively address a range of issues, from cracked pipes to stubborn clogs. If you’ve discovered a leak or blockage, our experts are here to provide immediate and high-quality service.


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Common Causes of Broken Water Pipes

Have you ever wondered why plumbing systems become damaged? Here are the top six causes of severely damaged sewer and water line pipes:

  • Freezing: Prevent water from freezing inside your plumbing by maintaining a light flow of water when temperatures drop below 32°. This avoids bursting due to increased pressure.
  • Tree Root Growth: Tree roots are drawn to the water in pipes, leading to clogs and damage. Our skilled team offers reliable sewer and water line repair in locations like Columbia, Wilmington, Upper Darby, Newark, Trenton, and Allentown. We can remove excess roots and prevent cracks.
  • Deterioration: Over time, pipes naturally erode, especially in older homes. However, modern materials like copper or plastic can last up to 70 years.
  • Soil Movement: Nearby construction can cause pipes to burst due to shifting soil weight. Our technicians provide water or sewer line repair and inspection services to prevent water damage.
  • High Water Pressure: Extremely high water pressure can damage or break pipes. Standard residential pressure ranges from 40 to 45 psi, with anything above 60 psi risking damage.
  • Clogs: Common culprits for clogs include eggshells, fibrous food, non-food items, paper products, grease, and oil. If you suspect a clog, contact a certified plumber.

Recognizing Signs of a Broken Sewer Line

Identifying signs of a broken sewer line is crucial to avoiding further issues. Keep an eye out for these indicators:

  • Strange Odors: Foul odors indicate a potential break. Pipes should not emit smells after flushing waste or using the garbage disposal.
  • Slow Draining: Multiple fixtures with slow drains may signify a broken sewer line. Our team diagnoses the issue and repairs slow drains effectively.
  • Persistent Clogs: Backed-up lines in one area could indicate a faulty plumbing system. Contact a certified plumber to check for a broken water pipe.
  • Unusual Lawn Spots: Random green spots in a brown lawn suggest a leak or crack that fertilizes the area. Our contractors offer exceptional water and sewer line repair services in areas like Williamstown, Turnersville, Sewell, and more.
  • Saturated Lawn: A swampy lawn or driveway results from a broken sewage line saturating your property. Contact a plumber immediately to prevent further damage.

Dependable Sewer and Water Line Repair in South Jersey

When you choose Professor Gatsby’s Plumbing for your sewer and water line needs, you can expect:

  • Expertise and Professionalism
  • Timely Service
  • Precise Diagnosis and Solutions
  • Respect for Your Property

Committed to Your Plumbing Needs

Our skilled plumbers provide dependable water and sewer line repair services across South Jersey, including Williamstown, Turnersville, Sewell, Blackwood, Mullica Hill, Cherry Hill, and more. We are available 24/7 for emergencies and offer transparent, upfront pricing. Schedule your repair online or call us at 856-885-2231 for fast and reliable plumbing services.

Master Plumber Joe Sauro #12036
For HVAC licenses name is Kevin Brennan.  NJ HIC# 13VH08698000
Master HVAC# 19H00915300

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