If you’re fed up with repeat drain problems, you might want to consider a camera inspection.
What is it?
A proper drain camera inspection is the quickest, fastest, and most reliable way to pin point areas of interest in your plumbing when you are having problems.
When is a camera inspection necessary?
Your plumbing professional or sewer solutions specialist will most likely recommend a camera sewer line inspection if you’ve experienced repeated backups in your sewer line or if he “feels” something odd while cleaning the line with a cable machine. But regardless if this is your first sewer problem or not, camera inspections can go a long way in identifying all types of pipe problems commonly found in your home or business. One of the more common issues is that a root mass has obstructed flow in your sewer system. But if a sewer pipe is damaged, a section is misaligned or it has begun to collapse due to old age, a camera sewer line inspection will reveal the issue.
Why use a camera?
“Your plumber will be able to pinpoint the exact location of the issue.”