Video Sewer & Drain Inspection
It’s hard to accurately diagnose sewer line troubles. Exclusion diagnosis based on symptoms is inaccurate and can cost thousands of dollars in repairs down the road. Our expert sewer repair team uses the newest sewer line inspection equipment to quickly diagnose and fix your sewer problem.
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How Does Sewer Scoping Work?
The camera is attached to a flexible rod. This rod is designed to fit into pipes from 2 to 36 inches in diameter. Using a flexible rod allows your sewer technician to easily move the camera through your pipes and around corners.
Your technician watches the video, in real time, on a smartphone and can see everything that’s happening in your line. This video is also saved for future reference.
When to Use Sewer Video Inspection
- Recurring Issues – If you regularly have sewage leaks or backed up drains that no plumber has been able to diagnose, having a camera inspection can accurately diagnose the issue
- Lost Items – Our technicians have often been able to retrieve valuables, including jewelry, that were lost down the drain
- Before Costly Repairs – Accurate diagnosis can save you money on costly or ineffective repairs
Issues It Can Diagnose
- Root systems intruding on pipes
- Misaligned pipes
- Punctures or ruptures
- Corroded pipes
- Blockages from items that aren’t water-soluble
- Grease buildup
Protect Your Investment
Prior to the 1980’s, clay and concrete sewer pipes, which are susceptible to cracks and leaks, were commonly used on homes in the Seattle area. If you own or are considering buying a home built prior to the 1980’s, a sewer camera inspection can identify problems commonly associated with this type of piping.