Quakertown - Failing Sewer lines causing a burden for homeowners

Real Estate Agent with KELLER WILLIAMS REAL ESTATE PA License RS286330

Failing sewer lines causing major headaches for Quakertown residents - WFMZ


Crumbling sewer laterals in Quakertown, along West Broad Street, are causing a financial burden to many residents.

Very few property owners are aware that they are responsible for repairs to their sewer line (sewer lateral). It’s a privately-owned pipeline connecting a property to the publicly-owned main sewer line.

If you are purchasing a home with public sewer, I recommend that you make an educated buying decision and pay for a sewer or septic line inspection.  The time to find out if a sewer line needs repair or replacement is BEFORE buying a home, not after the fact.

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Cheri Savini, ABR, SRES, SRS
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Keller Williams Real Estate
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Montgomeryville, PA  18936
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Debe Maxwell, CRS
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For most home buyers the sewer lines are probably not on their radar with everything else going on. Good advice Cheri.

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