If you are experiencing backup from your sewer, you may want to consider a Video Sewer Line Inspection to find the cause of your problems. With our video sewer line inspection equipment, we can send a camera down your sewer system to pinpoint exactly what and where your problem is. This technology allows us to take the guesswork out of finding the point of failures location, helping keep reconstruction costs down.
Even the best maintenance cannot prevent sewer lines from developing blockages due to sand, tree roots, and other debris. Dense blockages can restrict water flow and cause water to back up in sinks and tubs. When this occurs, sewer cleaning professionals recommend a video line inspection to identify where the blockage is located in the sewer line. In a typical inspection, a professional technician sends a flexible rod fitted with a highly specialized camera through the sewer line. The camera captures and relays images of the underground pipe, while a radio transmitter records the location of the blockage. The images captured through a video line inspection enable the professional to determine the best course of action to clear the blockage. The recorded images allow the client to see the condition of the sewer lines before and after the service. Video line inspection can also be used to find jewelry and other valuables.
Problems That Normally Result From Numerous Back-ups:
- Belly (sag) in sewer line
- Cracked sewer line
- Roots protruding in sewer line
- Debris in sewer line
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