Sewer Inspection

Video camecamerainspectionra inspections determine the nature of the problem(s) and/or the sewer pipe condition, which cannot be confirmed by snaking or rootering on its own. Camera Inspections are an excellent way to detect a variety of obstructions or potential impediments to the proper flow of drainage, including roots, broken tiles, bad mortar connections, inline traps, negative grade sloping, pipe sagging, offset joints, pipe cracks and sludge buildup.

The camera is also a proactive way to check out the drains in any home.

Whether you own a newly purchased home, an older home or simply plan to renovate your basement, your drains are too important to overlook. A small amount of time and small investment can save you a large amount of time in cleanup, money and headaches. A video sewer camera inspection let’s you see for yourself exactly what your drains look like.

An extremely flexible cable and rod equipped with a high-resolution Camera-images-sewer-pipesvideo camera on its end is inserted into the drain or sewer pipe for inspection. Video images are transmitted to the camera operator’s monitor on the surface, and can be saved on a DVD for a permanent record. Radio transmitters on the camera record the depth and physical location of the problem in relation to the surface so that defects and obstructions can be located and repaired quickly and cost effectively  by the team with as little damage to surrounding landscaping and property as possible. If there is a problem, we can determine what caused your drain to back up, leak or break.

We only performs inspections. We are not a plumbing company. We have no vested interest in finding problem that would require expensive repair. If repair is required, we will refer you to a qualified expert rooter company that our clients used before. We will guide the plumbing company, so you will pay for the repair you really require.