Sewer Camera Inspections
So you’ve got a plumbing problem, but you aren’t quite sure what it is. You think it’s a clog, but how do you know it’s not a collapsed or bellied pipe? Tree root intrusion? What about a pipe that’s come completely disconnected from the rest of your system? Unless you either tear up your yard or rip into your walls blindly until you find the damage, there’s no real way to know. However, a video camera inspection can get you this information quickly and accurately without the hassle of damaging your property or exposing plumbing lines.
How Does It Work:
Video camera inspections are fast, simple, and have become so valuable to a wide variety of drain and sewer services because they enable plumbers to do their job correctly. A video camera inspection involves feeding a specialized camera on a line into your plumbing system. The camera is particularly sensitive in low-light settings, and a small lamp on the front helps relay visual information as to what’s really going on in your plumbing lines. The camera feeds information back to a monitor, where you and your plumber can see for yourself what’s actually hurting your plumbing, and what needs to be done to fix it. These systems can even help figure out where a problem is so you don’t have to spend time ripping into your walls or yard until you find the location of the problem!
Why Get A Video Line Inspection?
Video inspections allow you to spot a number of plumbing problems that you wouldn’t be able to see otherwise. When you don’t have the ability to see into your plumbing lines with your own eyes, video camera inspections can take your vision into those tighter spaces, giving you an easy and thorough look at your lines so you can make the best judgments for yourself.
Video camera inspections can even help you spot potential issues before they become serious, enabling you to take preventative action to stop the problem from happening or getting it fixed entirely before it can damage your home. There’s a reason why so many different services start off with a video camera inspection, including sewer line repairs, drain clog removals, hydro jetting, and more.
More than Just Sewer Repair
If you have ever felt the panic from accidentally washing something valuable down the drain, you’ll appreciate this other common use for sewer camera inspections. Many times, homeowners will require us to use this technology to locate valuables such as wedding rings in the pipes. Small animals have also been found in the sewer lines using these cameras since they are so efficient at locating things.
Call Steve’s Service today to schedule a free estimate for any plumbing service. You can reach a live person 24 hours a day, and we’re standing by to assist you. We also provide 24/7 emergency plumbing. Call us at (909) 985-5254 or fill out the online form to get started.