What is Sewer Line Camera InspectionAuthor
What is Sewer Line Camera Inspection
We don’t expect you to give much thought to your plumbing system on a daily basis. For the most part, the entire network of it is out of sight and out of mind. So, we want you to stop and think—how do plumbers diagnose problems that aren’t in direct view? Your pipes aren’t transparent. Even when you think you have the symptoms of a leak how can you know for certain without ripping up your plumbing? The answer is video pipe inspection.
When you have problems with the plumbing in your home, we have the technology to fix it. Video pipe inspection is relatively new technology, so you need an updated team of professionals to perform this service for you. If you want advanced, non-invasive, and thorough services for your plumbing system then be sure to contact our team.
How to Tell If Your Pipes Need Inspection
So how do you know if you’re a good candidate for video pipe inspection? Well, if you have any of the following then you could probably benefit from this service.
- Constant Clogging: Do you feel like your drains are always clogging? You need a professional to take a closer look for you because it’s likely that old clogs have left behind problematic residue that causes new clogs.
- Slow Moving Drains: If you feel like your drains are moving a little slow then you need a professional to pinpoint the root of the issue.
Foul Odors: Notice that your pipes smell a little off? The smell of sewage is a sign of backup. To find out the source of the problem, contact our team.
- Old Pipes: The pipes on your property can only last for so long. If you haven’t had your pipes updated in a while, then whatever material they’re made of is definitely outdated. A video pipe inspection will show you the true condition of your plumbing.
How the Process Works
Video pipe inspection sounds just like what it is. Our plumbers have a flexible rod setup that feeds into your drain or sewer line. The tip of the rod has a very tiny video camera on it that’s able to send a live feed of images back to a monitor that your plumber can view. This process allows your plumber to see everything they need to see in your pipes without removing it or causing any damage.
Although the process sounds simple and is simple in theory, you still need a professional to perform these services for you. They’re the only ones qualified and trained to handle this process, understand the images they’re looking at, and find the best solution for the problem at hand.