When you have problems with your sewer line, choosing to have it inspected is a great way to scope out problematic areas. Using high tech sewer line inspection cameras, our experts at Flow Pro Plumbing can conduct a visual inspection of your underground pipes and sewer line to detect your plumbing issues in no time.
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How Does a Sewer Line Camera Inspection Work?
The process starts with a plumbing specialist locating an access point for the inspection. The technician then inserts a flexible rod fitted with a high-resolution video camera into the sewer lines. These high-tech cameras are flexible, which means they can easily travel through twists and turns inside your sewer lines, thoroughly examining the pipes and pipe walls in your drain lines.
Video footage is transmitted in real-time, allowing for the immediate assessment of your sewer and drain lines. You’re also able to view any problems on a monitor and footage can be saved for future reference.
What Are the Benefits of Sewer Line Camera Inspection?
- Accurate diagnostics: A real-time feed from the camera shows what’s causing any sewer problem and its location.
- Less labor costs: Unlike traditional inspection processes, which often requires trial and error and a bit of luck in trying to locate the source of a problem, video camera inspection takes much less time and effort.
- Time efficiency: In addition to saving time in detecting errors, a sewer drain video inspection saves you invaluable repair and replacement time. Once repairs and/or replacements are complete, a final inspection is conducted to confirm that everything is in place.
- Preventive maintenance: A sewer camera inspection is one of the best ways to prevent future catastrophic plumbing issues.
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What Problems Can the Inspection Identify?
A sewer line camera inspection can come in handy if your home experiences continuous clogs, slow drains and backups. Our specialists can identify what’s going on to determine the most viable course of action. A sewer line video inspection can also help to identify problems such as corroded, punctured, broken or misaligned pipes, as well as root intrusion, grease buildups and other obstructions. A camera inspection can also be useful to check the integrity of sewer lines before purchasing a home or building.