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Lower Bucks County Sewer Easement

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It was the 80’s. Pool was permitted and installed. Family loved it and it was a party until you tried to sell the house and couldn’t because of updated sewer easement ordinances. “Houston, we have a problem.”

Many pools in the mid-Atlantic region were installed on top of 10” terra cotta sewer lines for the neighborhood, which now poses serious risk to those lines. Many townships have written new ordinances that require homeowners to remediate these installations to keep the lines safe from damage. That’s where Robinson Landscape comes in.


Quickly Align with the New Ordinances

Robinson Landscape is well-versed in current township ordinances regarding sewer easements and can be relied on to quickly get your property into alignment with these ordinances. We have successfully performed many projects of this type over the last few years and look forward to working with you.

We specialize in removal or remediation of numerous structures on your property. From pools, to sheds, to patios, we have the experience, expertise, and machinery to quickly and safely bring your property into compliance, whether for sale or peace of mind.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. What is a sewer easement?

A sewer easement is a legal agreement that grants local authorities or utilities the right to use a section of your property in Pennsylvania for installing, maintaining, or repairing sewer lines.

2. How can I check if there's a sewer easement on my property in Pennsylvania?

You can determine if your property in Pennsylvania has a sewer easement by examining your property deed or contacting your local records office. These documents will show any existing easements.

3. What steps should I take if I want to build near a sewer easement in Pennsylvania?

Before building near a sewer easement on your property in Pennsylvania, make sure to obtain approval from the local sewer authority. They will ensure that your construction plans do not disrupt the sewer infrastructure.

4. Is it okay to plant trees or build fences on a sewer easement on my property in Pennsylvania?

It's advisable to avoid planting trees and constructing structures like fences on a sewer easement. Such actions can harm the sewer lines and may lead to necessary removal for line maintenance.

5. Who is responsible for the upkeep of sewer lines within a sewer easement in Pennsylvania?

Typically, the maintenance of sewer lines within an easement in Pennsylvania is handled by the local sewer authority. Property owners are responsible for avoiding activities that could damage these lines, such as planting deep-rooted trees or erecting permanent structures over them.

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Let's Chat!

Thinking about getting rid of that old pool? Or maybe you've got some other landscaping ideas? Hit us up! We're here to help make your yard awesome again. Give us a shout, and let’s get started on making your outdoor space something special.

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