Our cameras have the ability to view from a 2-inch pipe up to an 8-inch sized line
Having a Video Inspection done on your sewer or drain line ensures that the line has not become damaged due to age, wear, settling, and other time-related issues. A video camera allows for a visual inspection of underground sewer lines and other piping, to determine the condition inside the pipe.
A flexible rod with a specially designed, high-resolution video camera on its tip is inserted into the pipe for inspection.
Video cameras may be used to identify damage and obstructions that inhibit the flow or create occasional or repeated backups. The cameras also verify that obstructions have been removed and that the lines are clean following service. The condition of a line typically cannot be determined without a visual inspection using an in-line camera.
The drain line video inspection system is an extremely useful tool because it gives our plumbers visibility into these otherwise dark, closed plumbing systems. Used in combination with a hydro-jetter, our plumbers can spot and remove obstructions in the most cost-effective manner possible, without the destruction of other structures.
Video Inspection of sewer and drain lines help to identify the following issues:
- Bellies in lines
- Broken or separated joints
- Cracked or deteriorated pipes
- Root Intrusion
- Locate covered or abandoned cleanout