Sewer Scope Inspections

A sewer camera inspection before you purchase the home will help ensure that the main sewer line is free of problems that can cause headaches after you move in. Protect your investment and avoid expensive repairs!

What Is A Sewer Scope Inspection?

Experience high-end technology to resolve your drainage problems.
The inspector inserts a flexible rod with a specialized high resolution camera, up to 100 feet into your main sewer line. Real-time image transmission allows the inspector to determine the condition of the inside of the pipe and understand any existing or potential problems. Get your inspections scheduled today to escape major financial losses later on.

Common Questions

Who Needs A Sewer Scope Inspection?

Protect your investment and avoid expensive repairs!

A sewer backup is a disgusting and expensive event that can be costly when you own a home. Sewer line repair can also be extremely expensive, as it requires a lot of excavation and potentially street/sidewalk repairs. A sewer camera inspection before you purchase the home will help ensure that the main sewer line is free of problems that can cause headaches after you move in.

  • Large trees in the yard
  • Water back-up inside the house
  • Significant soil settlement
  • Clay sewer pipes
  • Drop-in sidewalks
  • 30+ year-old house
  • Sidewalks

What Problems Can A Sewer Scope Inspection Find?

  • Tree Roots – Gaps in piping allow tree roots to enter the sewer line. As the roots grow, the pipe can crack and break.
  • Low Areas – Low areas collect water and solid waste, causing poor flow through the pipe.
  • Debris – Items become lodged in the sewer line, preventing the flow of waste through the pipe.
  • Offsets – Sections in the piping can separate, causing an offset in the piping. Solid waste may not clear this offset, and waste water will seep into the surrounding soil, causing further settlement and eventual breakdown of the piping.
  • Pipe Collapse – Significant soil settlement around an offset or low area, can cause complete pipe collapse.