Sewer Scopes

A Sewer Backup Is A Nasty Affair, Ensure Your Home Is Protected With a Sewer Camera Inspection.

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. 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.

You May Want to Consider a Sewer Scopes If Your Home Has:

Large Trees

The roots can slowly make their way towards your home's pipes and potentially rupture and cause a backup.

Soil Settlement

Significant soil settlement can affect how your exterior pipes flow to your septic or cause total collapse.

Clay Pipes

Clay pipes are weaker than those typically installed today, the may crack or disintegrate over time.

Sidewalks

Sidewalks can shift especially after a heavy rainfall. This erosion can affect your pipes and cause a blockage.

30+ Years Old

If your home is over thirty years old, you may want to have a technician check your pipes for problems.

Water Backup

If your water backup is located within the home, you will want to regularly check your system every couple years.

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