What is a Camera Inspection?
Plumbing problems happen frequently. Depending on the severity of the issue, a plumber may need access to the actual pipe to fix it. Because most of your plumbing is hidden underground, having work done can be disruptive to your property and daily routine. A camera inspection can help to prevent this completely.
Camera inspections are a non-invasive, accurate way for plumbers to locate a problem in your plumbing system. A plumber inserts a small, flexible wire with a camera attached into your plumbing. If you suspect something isn’t right, you will certainly benefit from a thorough visual check-up. Maintaining your plumbing is important, and we can help.
A camera inspection can prevent and help repair the following problems:
Tree root damage. Tree roots are a common cause of plumbing damage. Your main sewer line is full of running water, and since tree roots need to feed, some of them end up breaking through the sewer line. Over time the tree root will grow, causing the pipe to break or collapse.
Old pipes. Sometimes, issues are a direct result of your main sewer line or plumbing’s age. The older the plumbing system, the more susceptible it can be to damages. Camera inspections can help confirm the age of your plumbing and sewer line.
Clogs. Some clogs are impossible to reach without professional help, and a camera inspection helps your plumber fix the clog by finding the direct source.
Cracked or misaligned pipes. A camera makes it significantly easier to detect cracks, potential clogs, and leaks without having to cut into the walls or dig out an entire section of the sewer line.
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