Sewer Repair in Gloucester, Burlington, and Camden County, NJ

Do you have visible leaks, low pressure, or a pool of water collecting in your yard?

Bullfrog Plumbing, in South Jersey, works in the Cherry Hill, Voorhees, Mt Laurel and surrounding areas daily to ensure our customers receive the best possible plumbing repair and replacement services available. We take great pride in our work and our products. Although we can handle all of your plumbing issues, those pertaining to broken or clogged drain pipes are our specialty. All of our technicians are thoroughly trained in this area so that this potentially messy situation can be quickly resolved in your Deptford or Marlton home.

We work daily to solve problems like sewer backups, clogged lines, damaged pipes, as well as, issues with leaks, high water pressure and low water pressure for our Gloucester County, Camden County and Burlington County clients. Proper working of water supply and waste lines is taken for granted until something is amiss. We depend on the system working without realizing that the entire plumbing system is made up of dozens of components that can wear, break or be damaged. The plumbing system is full of fixtures, fittings and appliances and all of these can cause potential problems that will require immediate attention. At Bullfrog Plumbing we provide effective repair and replacement solutions for all emergencies and minor headaches alike.

Water supply pipes are made from a variety of materials including PvC (polyvinyal chloride), iron, polyethylene or copper. Each material has its own idiosyncrasies and each is best suited for a particular application. All of these pipes can deliver potable water from the street or well to all areas of your home in Voorhees or Cherry Hill for use in the kitchen, bath, laundry, and outside irrigation. Long lengths of these pipes are buried in the slabs of homes, or run through the walls. In some cases, it is difficult to detect leaks without a closer inspection. But since all these pipes consist of joints, valves and fittings, stress points can lead to leaks since they are pressurized. These leaks can lead to low water pressure, water damage, increased bills and a waste of natural resources. And, in the colder areas of the country, like Gloucester County, Camden County and Burlington County, frozen pipes can be a major concern. All in all, if your home is old, a plumbing repair or replacement will be inevitable sooner rather than later, most likely.

In today’s homes most sewer pipes are generally made of plastic materials such as PvC and polyethylene whereas years ago copper and cast iron were common. Whatever the material, they all provide for the out flow of wastewater from our kitchens, baths and laundries to a sanitary sewer or septic tank system. The majority of residential sewer systems have pipes that rely on gravity systems where slight inclines in the piping allow for the flow of sewage to a further distribution point. These pipes consist of joints and fittings that can become damaged and leak. Unfortunately these sewer and drain pipe leaks can lead to unsightly odors and major messes. If you’re smelling strange odors in your plumbing system, it might be time for a repair or replacement.

At Bullfrog Plumbing we perform a variety of preventative and restorative measures for both your water and sewer pipes, including whole house re-piping, and all come with our Bullfrog Plumbing guarantee. Whether you’re in Voorhees, Cherry Hill, Marlton, Deptford or anywhere else in South Jersey, you can rest assured knowing we have you covered.

Give us a call today to learn more. We offer emergency plumbing services to Burlington County, NJ and its communities as well!

South Jersey Trenchless Sewer Repair

Industry Leaders in Trenchless Technology
One of the great benefits to using trenchless sewer repair technology is reducing the amount of damage done to your landscape, grounds, and property. It is a more non-invasive method to replacing underground sewer lines.

We are able to implement a sewer line repair with just one entry and one exit hole, keeping the rest of your lawn in tact. This is a high performance alternative to spending more and more money on constant maintenance or temporary fixes with the lining methods.

Pipe bursting sounds destructive but in reality, using trenchless technology keeps you from destroying your yard, ruining your sidewalks, or compromising those expensive driveways.

Trenchless Sewer Repair Benefits:

  • Hassle Free
  • Cost Effective
  • Longer Lasting

We’ll work with you to diagnose and develop a plan to help keep your home sewer lines healthy.

Main Advantages:

  • Keep your lawn in tact and avoid costly damages
  • Save time AND money
  • Effective replacements to old, damaged liners or root infested pipes
  • Avoid future root intrusions with seamless pipes (no pipe joints)
  • Increase the flow capacity using cured-in-place pipes
  • Eliminates sewer flooding and constant drain backups or clogs

High Quality Results and No More Digging
How It Works

  1. The plumber techs create just 2 holes – an entry and an exit.
  2. The new pipe is outfitted with a splitting head to break through the existing pipe. When the splitting head goes through the old pipe it expands and pulls through the replacement pipe.
  3. Since the new pipe lies in the same path as the old one, no new trenches need to be dug up. With the joint-free Polyethelyne new pipe replacement, the new sewer line will outlast the old material significantly. No seems means no opportunities for roots to compromise joints like in the old sewer pipe system.
  4. Old piping and roots are blasted away by the splitting head to make room for the new pipe. The diameter of the pipe increases several inches as well due to the sheer power of the machine used to complete the project.

Discover how trenchless pipe repair and replacement benefits you.
Call us today and schedule an appointment!