Customer has a large offset or collapsed sewer line that needs to be repaired Dug down to sewer main where clog was occurring, issue was right where the connection for the 4” cast iron and 4” orangeburg pip was. The orange burg pipe was collapsing and had a large root intrusion that was causing the clog. Removed section and install two clean outs. Performed camera inspection and noticed customer had orange burg that was in rough shape that continued all the way to city sewer. Customer also had another large root intrusion approximately 6’ downstream from where we performed the spot repair. Highly recommend performing another spot repair in this location. Also recommend performing epoxy lining and pipe bursting to replace orange burg pipe which will be a more permanent solution as opposed to performing spot repairs. Will be approximately 60’ of orangeburg to be replaced.
Performed camera inspection of sewer line and noticed customers sewer line appeared to be collapsed or had a large offset right where sewer exits back of the house. Approximately 4’ deep m Was not able to get past this location with my camera. Highly recommend performing spot repair on this section of pipe to fix the issue as well as install a two way cleanout to allow for future access. Sewer main will continue to back up until this section is replaced.
Customer has 2” irrigation valve that had already been dug up and connections cut. I’m assuming this is where the leak is and that the irritation valve needs to be replaced. Will email over estimate for repair
Was able to clear clog from roof access. Customer had soft clog. Performed camera inspection from roof main vent and didn’t see any major issues with sewer line
The customer requested a proposal for remodeling the office space at 1603 Marigold Pl. (Welding Shop). Once approved, the work will commence the week of 12/20 with an anticipated completion date of 12/31/21. Payment Schedule: 50% due at start of work $9685.00 remaining balance due within 30 days of completion.
The customer requested a cost to remodel the welding shop bathroom including bringing it into compliance with ADA regulations. The current bathroom has two toilet stalls which are not ADA compliant as well as a two-faucet, single basin lavatory sink which is also not ADA compliant. The plumbing for these fixtures will need to be moved in order to bring them into compliance. . PAYMENT: 50% ($21,340.00) due upon approval of proposal. 25% ($10,670.00) upon completion and the final 25% ($10,670.00) 30 days after completion and final walk through.