One of the biggest problems we run into with underground plumbing systems is the difficulty involved in inspecting them. Although materials used for plumbing lines today are generally of high quality and able to provide many years of service, damage can occur in hard-to-see areas such as tree root invasion and ground shifts. The use of a Sewer Camera to determain sewer lines is now a highly recommended practice when inspecting and repairing homes and buildings Our Video Technology Helps Find the Problem, Save You Money
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Sewer cameras are used to provide an accurate visual inspection of inaccessible or difficult to access lines. Obstructions and damages underground or within concrete slabs can be viewed with a sewer camera. They can identify collapsed pipes, corroded pipes, blockages from grease or other household elements, root infiltrations, pipes that are off-line due to ground settling and substandard pipe materials.
It is always a good idea to use a sewer camera for inspections in your home. Some homeowners question the cost of a sewer camera inspection, especially during home inspections for real estate transactions. Sellers generally want to minimize the expenses involved in the sale, but buyers often want assurance that their investment will not end up costing them lots of money right away in repairs. Spending a few hundred dollars for a sewer camera inspection versus several thousand dollars on plumbing repairs justifies the cost of such an inspection
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