DrainsPipe LiningPlumbingSewer Camera Inspection


You are probably wondering why do I need a Sewer Camera inspection?

Well, here is a quick primer to help you understand the ins and outs.

Out of all the plumbing diagnostic tools, a sewer camera inspection is one of the most common options. Usually, plumbing problems happen randomly so it’s important to understand what goes into something like this.

Every home or commercial building has hundreds of feet of out-of-sight plumbing with every INCH having a set purpose. This tool helps the technician explore every INCH of your plumbing.

A sewer camera inspection is a specialized rod with an HD video camera at its tip that runs through your property’s underground sewer pipes to check the overall condition or scout the source of a potential problem.  These cameras are attached to a large cable and snaked through the sewer line, generally up until it reaches the main sewer pipe.

The technician can make a digital recording of the inspection for future reference. These videos can reveal any cracks, clog sources, or structural problems with your property’s pipes. Overall, this will provide you with a cost-effective solution for your repair options.

Sewer Camera Inspection

One comment

  • Eli Richardson

    August 16, 2022 at 3:24 pm

    My brother wants to buy a house next month, and it looks like he found the property he was looking for. I’m glad you explained sewer camera inspections and how they’re able to find hidden issues in your plumbing system, so since the house it’s old, I think my brother should get it inspected before buying it. I appreciate your tips n sewer camera inspections and how they identify and prevent clogs.


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