Rush Locates offers sewer locating as part of our Private Utility Locating service. We also offer sewer scope services if you need a video recording of the sewer line or a determination of the pipe condition.

For most residential and commercial properties this normal locating can mark the path of your sewer line as long as you have access to a cleanout or other access point. In some cases the sewer can go more than 15′ down and the signal can become lost. We also offer a deep sewer line locating service to find sewers up to 50′ deep. We can locate up to 300′ from any cleanout or sewer access point.

Stand alone sewer locating costs $100 for the first hour and $75 for each addition hour. Rush Locates can locate and mark a sewer line simultaneously as we perform other private utility locates. However due to the nature of sewer line locating it can take longer than locating other line.

If you want to know how to locate a sewer line in your property then give us a call at (503) 939-9585 or schedule our sewer locator service online with our easy to use booking form.

Please call if you are outside our normal work area, as we may need to book multiple time slots.

Our main service area includes: Multnomah County, Clackamas County, Clark County, parts of Columbia County, & parts of Washington County. – Discover where your sewer runs with Rush Locates.

We can scope and/or locate plastic sewer lines, concrete sewer pipes, cast iron sewers, PVC sewer pipes, ABS, and even orangeberg sewer lines.

Call 811 if doing any digging

Almost everyone doing any digging is required by law in Oregon (ORS 757.542 – 562 and 757.993 and in Oregon Administrative Rules, Chapter 952) and Washington (RCW 19.122to dial 811 or get a public utility locate. Learn more about 811 and the requirements for digging with their FAQ

811 is a free service that will mark all public utilities on public property and will often mark public utilities onto private property as far as the meter or meter base. However for sewer systems however the marking isn’t done unless the sewer main is present. But have no fear! Rush Locates can use a sewer scope reel with a locating sonde to locate where the sewer line runs on your job site.

Learn more about the limitations of radio wave detection, which is how the signal from the tracer wire or sonde is located.