Fixing Unresolved Drain Problems
A plumbing inspection becomes necessary when snaking your drain fails to handle the problem. Our service technicians do a video camera line inspection to identify the exact cause of your drain trouble.
A video camera inspection allows us to find the following issues with your pipes:
- Blockages from debris
- Root intrusions
- Broken pipes
- Deteriorating pipes
- Leaking pipe joints
- Bellied drain line (line sags, allowing accumulation of debris)
- Cracked sewer pipe
- Separated sewer pipe joint
The camera inspection lets us identify the true problem so we can recommend the correct fix.
How A Video Camera Inspection Works
Using a specially designed state-of-the-art waterproof video camera, our professionally trained service technicians inspect your pipes from the inside.
The camera is mounted on the end of a flexible rod that gets inserted into your sewer main or the pipe that is blocked or leaking and is pushed through the pipe.
Using a CCTV system, our technician monitors the camera’s progress through your pipes, looking for problems like roots, accumulated debris, or breaks in your pipes. The images can be saved for a permanent record of your pipes’ condition.
Watch the video below for an example of a drain inspection using a push camera.
When Should You Get A Video Camera Inspection Of Your Drain And Sewer Lines?
We recommend a video camera inspection if you experience repeated backups or clogs, or your drains continue to run slowly after being cleared. This inspection will help us find the hidden source of your drain problems.
Another good time to get a push camera inspection of your drain and sewer lines is when you plan to buy an existing house. This inspection will identify any problems with the drain pipes and sewer lines before your purchase the home.