Sewer Camera Inspections
What is a sewer video camera inspection?
A plumbing technician inserts a flexible cord with a high-resolution video camera on the end into your sewer line. As the video camera travels through the pipe and around corners, the technician can watch the video in real time on a small screen.
There are two great advantages to this process.
One: It’s not invasive. This plumbing camera inspection allows us to inspect pipes that are underground, beneath your home’s foundation or buried in cement without having to dig up your home or yard.
Two: We can more easily identify exactly where the problem is and how to fix it. During inspection, the camera records the depth and physical location of any problems or obstructions, so the technician can determine how to address the problem in the most efficient and cost effective way.
You can even be involved if you want. As the plumbing technician is conducting the sewer camera inspection, he can discuss the existing or potential problems he’s seeing with you, pointing out specific elements on the screen.
What problems are frequently identified through sewer camera inspections?
You’d be surprised what we find sometimes, but more often than not, these are the main culprits of clogged or backed up drains that have customers calling for inspections:
- Root infestations
- Misaligned pipes
- Broken pipes
- Punctured or corroded pipes
- Grease buildups
- Food or waste obstructions
Why do customers request sewer camera inspections?
These inspections can be a non-invasive, cost-efficient way of determining how to solve a plumbing problem. Some of the best times for plumbing camera inspections are:
- When you’re experiencing slow or frequent drain backups
- When your drain or drains are clogged
- When you’ve lost a valuable down the drain
- When you’re considering buying or selling a home, to ensure you don’t inherit or pass on expensive repairs
- When you’re planning a kitchen or bathroom remodel, to ensure the sewer line can handle increased needs
Schedule Your Sewer Camera Inspection Today
Don’t wait until you have a bigger problem. Call today to schedule your plumbing camera inspection and obtain peace of mind knowing what’s causing your problem (or, could be causing you future problems) and how to fix it: 440-729-2099.
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