Commercial

Since 1965, A-General has been fixing sewer and plumbing problems for the eastern New Jersey area. At A-General Sewer & Plumbing, we offer fast response, 24-hour plumbing and sewer services in Ocean, Monmouth, Burlington and Atlantic counties. We specialize in many commercial repairs and installations whether interior or exterior. A-General can provide leak detection and pipe repair, sewer and water lines repair and much more.

Here is a list of the common commercial plumbing and sewer services we provide:

Commercial and Industrial Plumbing and Sewer Services

  • Closed Circuit TV Pipe Inspection
  • TV Inspection Crawler Unit for Larger Jobs
  • Size Pipes
  • Smoke Test
  • Machine Cleaning of All Size Drains
  • Roof Drains Machine Cleansing
  • Faucets
  • Sewer & Water Line Excavation & Replacement
  • Water Leak Detection
  • Tank Locating
  • Odorless Grease Trap Pumping & Sanitizing
  • Slab Repair / Water & Sanitary
  • Manhole to Manhole Jetting Services
  • All Size Pumps Available
  • Commercial Water Heaters
  • All Plumbing Fixtures – Repair & Replacement
  • Commercial Toilets, Sinks, Tubs, Showers
  • Garbage Disposals – Installation & Repair
  • Faucets–Indoor/Outdoor – Installation & Repair
  • Hydrojetting
  • Water Leak Detection
  • Frozen Pipes – Electronically Thawed/Repair
  • Rooter Services
  • Pipe Winterization
  • Septic Tank Maintenance & Pumping
  • Ice Makers – Installation & Repair
  • Pumping of Flooded Basements
  • Preventative Maintenance Programs

For Your Information

A slow drip can waste as much as 170 gallons of water EACH DAY, or 5000 gallons per month. This can really add up on your water bill.

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It’s a good idea to flush your water heater at least once a year. This will help prolong the life of your heater by reducing sediment buildup and keeping valves operational.

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People form both Commercial and Residential Sectors often contact us about issues related to their plumbing systems. We’ve listed several of our most commonly asked questions.

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