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Resolute Sewer & Drain

EMERGENCY 24/7 FAST ROOTER SERVICE

Resolute Sewer & Drain

EMERGENCY 24/7 FAST ROOTER SERVICE


FOR QUALITY YOU CAN TRUST, BECAUSE THE OWNER IS ON EVERY JOB

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FOR QUALITY YOU CAN TRUST, BECAUSE THE OWNER IS ON EVERY JOB

SEWER LINES

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  • Broken, cracked, offset or collapsed pipes – damaged sewer lines due to shifting soil, frozen ground, settling, etc.
  • Blockage – grease buildup or a foreign object is restricting or prohibiting proper flow and/or cleaning  of the sewer line.
  • Corrosion – the sewer pipe has deteriorated and/or broken, causing sections of the pipe to collapse and restrict flow.
  • Leaking joints – the seals between pipes have broken, allowing water to escape into the area surrounding the pipe.
  • Bellied pipe – a section of the sewer pipe has sunk due to ground or  soil conditions, creating a valley that collects paper and waste.
  • Roots in sewer line- tree or shrub roots have invaded the sewer  pipe, preventing normal cleaning and/or roots have damaged the pipe.
  • Off-grade pipe – existing pipes are constructed of substandard or outdated material that may have deteriorated or corroded.

TREE ROOTS

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Mature  trees add beauty and shade to landscapes, but their roots can cause  extensive damage to sewer pipes. Roots grow into the pipes because they  like it there! Sewer pipes contain water, nutrients and oxygen-the  essential elements for trees to grow. Aside from sewer blockages and  backups caused by FOGG, tree roots growing inside sewer pipes are one of  the maintenance items experienced by our  customers. Roots from trees growing on private property and on parkways  throughout the service area are responsible for many of the sanitary  sewer service backups and damaged sewer pipes experienced in our  community.

Each homeowner is responsible for maintaining their sewer  laterals-the pipe that connects the sewer pipes in the house to the main  sewer pipe, which is usually in a street. Because the pipes are buried  and out of sight, homeowners usually don’t have any clues to potential  problems in their laterals until it’s too late.
The flow of warm water inside sewer pipes causes vapor to escape to the  cooler soil surrounding the pipe. Tree roots grow toward the vapor to  the point of its source. The source of the vapor is usually a crack in  the pipes or a loose joint. Once the tree roots reach the crack or loose  joint, they will grow through the opening to reach the plentiful  nutrients and moisture inside. Once inside the pipe, the roots will  continue to grow, and if not disturbed, they will eventually completely  fill the pipe with hair-like root masses. These masses can act as a net  as they catch household fats, oils, grease, grit (FOGG), tissue paper,  and other debris discharged from the residence.
Slowly flowing drains are the sign that the system is having a problem  from roots. Homeowners will notice the first signs of a slow-flowing  drainage system by hearing gurgling noises from their toilet bowls. A  complete blockage will occur if no actions are taken to remove the  roots/blockage.
As  roots continue to grow, they expand and exert considerable pressure at  the crack or joint where they entered the pipe. The force exerted by the  root growth will break the pipe and may result in total collapse of the  pipe. Severe root intrusion and pipes that are structurally damaged  will require replacement.
Homeowners should be aware of the location of their laterals and sewer  cleanout pipe, and refrain from planting certain types of trees and  hedges near the sewer lines. Trees should be located more than 10 feet  from sewer lines to minimize root intrusion. Also, homeowners should  choose small, slow-growing species with less aggressive root systems,  and replace them before they get too large for their planting area.

What you can do if you have tree roots in your lateral  Once roots are in your lateral they will likely cause an eventual  blockage. The best way to prevent this is to schedule regular cleaning  of your sewer lateral. The common method of removing roots from sanitary  sewer service pipes involves the use of augers, root saws, and  high-pressure water jetting. It is also important to keep your sewer lateral  structurally sound. Any structural fault can allow roots a way into your  sewer lateral.  Resolute offers video inspections and root removal from  the lateral sewer line.
 

FLOOR DRAINS

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A floor drain is a plumbing fixture that is installed in the  floor of a structure, mainly designed to remove any standing water near  it. They are usually round, but can also be square or rectangular. They  usually range from 2 inches to 12 inches, most are 4 inches in diameter.  They have gratings that are made of metal or plastic. The floor around  the drain is also sloped to allow the water to flow to the drain. Most  residential basements have 1 or more floor drains, usually near the  water heater or washer/dryer. They can also be found in commercial  basements, restrooms, kitchens, refrigerator areas, locker/shower rooms,  laundry facilities and near swimming pools, among other places.

A floor drain should always have a strainer secured over it to  prevent injury, entry of foreign objects, or introduction of unwanted  pests into the facility. However, if the strainer is not smooth enough,  hair and other objects can still get stuck in it, clogging the drain.

BATHROOMS & KITCHENS

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1. Low water pressure

2. Slow Draining Sink
3. Slow Draining Tub
4. Running Toilet
5. Jammed Garbage Disposal
6. Find and Repair Hidden Leaks
7. Clogged drains
8. Dripping faucets
9. Leaking pipes
10. Leaking water heaters
11. No heat
12. AND MUCH MUCH MORE!

 Call For Service TODAY! 973-748-0141 

SEWER VIDEO INSPECTIONS

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  • We can pinpoint your sewer problem and recommend the most cost-effective solution for you.
  • Our high resolution cameras record grease build-up, leaks, broken pipe and obstructions.
  • This video inspection camera allows us to determine whether to Clean, Repair or Replace the piping.

LAUNDRY ROOMS

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  •  Clothing  Lint Stoppages
  • Hose Replacement
  • Exhaust Vent Cleaning and Replacement
  • Slow Draining Laundry Sink
  • Install Washer & Dryer

MORE SERVICES

SUMP PUMPS REPLACED

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Sump Pumps

Back-up pumps

Sewer Pumps

Basements Pumped

Drain, WASTE AND VENTING

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Drain Cleaning

Drain Repair 

Drain Replacement

STEAM & HOT WATER BOILERS

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Steam Boiler- Service, Repair, & Replace

Hot Water Boiler- Service, Repair, & Replace