Sewer camera inspections can reveal a variety of problems in sewer and water main lines, such as clogs, cracks, and leaks.
Here's the problem: It's not always easy to tell when a sewer pipe line needs to be repaired or replaced. It could be that the blockage is too far down for a plumber's snake to reach.
The only way to know for sure what needs to be done is with a video pipe inspection. The camera lets us see everything going on in your sewer pipe in great detail: clogs, tree roots, cracked pipes, burst pipes, aging pipes or more.
What a sewer camera inspection prevents is having your yard completely dug up just to find the one section of pipe line that has the damage.
The simple answer is that it saves you time and money. By knowing exactly where the problem in your sewer or water line is, you'll save on labor and materials.
Once the video shows us where the damage is to your sewer pipe line, we'll give you a matter-of-fact analysis of what the problem is and how to fix it.
If your sewer line is simply blocked, clogged with debris, then cleaning out the sewer line will take care of that problem. We can do this using the same access hole we used for the camera inspection. There's no worry about additional damage to your landscaping.
If there's damage to the actual pipe line, however, then we may need to create another small access point directly where the damage is located. Again, since the camera pinpointed the exact spot, disruption to your landscaping in minimized.
If your sewer line is cracked, broken, burst or rusting out, then you'll need to replace that pipe. We recommend using Perma-Liner CIPP - cured in place pipelining for your repair job. This Trenchless Sewer Pipe Repair system is a cost-effective and eco-friendly way to repair underground pipes.