High Definition Sewer Camera Inspections
Sewer Consultants was created to fill a need that was overtaking the market place. Inspections involve a trained professional arriving at your residence and providing an in depth high definition camera inspection of the plumbing pipes beneath the ground. With these services you are able to rest easy knowing that there will be no roots, cracks, blockages, or sagging impeding your pipes. Call Sewer Consultants today to schedule your inspection!
Things to Know
What is a Sewer Camera Inspection
A sewer camera inspection is a visual inspection of the interior of a plumbing drain line. The reason for the inspection is to identify any potential damages, debris, or risks in the plumbing drainage system.
Common Signs You May Need a Sewer Camera Inspection
Plumbing pipes drain slow
Home is more than 25 years old
Gurgling sounds coming from tubs, toilets, or sinks
Buying a new property
Large or old trees in the yard
Wet spots or sink holes in the yard
How Long Does a Sewer Camera Inspection Take
Sewer Camera Inspections usually take up to one hour to perform and diagnostic reports are provided to the client within 24 business hours of service. The diagnostic report includes a written explanation of the state of the drain line system as well as a video recording and photos of the inspection.
How to Avoid Sewer Clogs
Be mindful of what you flush down the drain. Don't flush items that aren't degradable. Common items that should not be flushed include: paper towels, diapers and wipes, feminine products, and many oil/grease based materials. Out of sight, out of mind does not apply to plumbing! Just because items are out of sight does not mean that they won't cause problems further down the line.
Which Part of the Plumbing is Your Responsibility
In most cases the homeowner is responsible for the plumbing lines starting at the city sewer connection point and throughout the property itself. Simply put - if it is on your property, it is most likely your responsibility.
Why Buy a Sewer Camera Inspection
A sewer camera inspection can be helpful when purchasing a new home. It is every homeowners worst nightmare to buy a "money pit" and unchecked plumbing problems can play a major part if left alone. If you have unforeseen plumbing issues, you are able to utilize a sewer inspection to diagnose the problem and locate the source of the issue so you know where to investigate.