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You are probably wondering why the heck do I need a sewer line inspection? Well, here is a quick primer to help you understand the ins and outs.

Out of all the plumbing diagnostic tools, a sewer camera inspection is one of the most common options. Usually plumbing problems happen randomly so it’s important to understand what goes into something like this. 

Every home or commercial building has hundreds of feet of out-of-sight plumbing with every INCH having a set purpose. Basically, this tool helps the technician explore every INCH of your plumbing.  

A sewer camera inspection is a specialized rod with a HD video camera at its tip that runs through your property’s underground sewer pipes to check the overall condition or scout the source of a potential problem.  These cameras are attached to a large cable and snaked through the sewer line, generally up until it reaches the main sewer pipe. 

The technician can make a digital recording of the inspection for future reference. These videos can reveal any cracks, clog sources or structural problems with your property’s pipes. Overall, this will provide you with a cost-effective solution for your repair options.

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The Advantages of Sewer Camera Inspection?

  • Understand what’s going in your pipes to minimize any work that might have to be done. Some repairs could entail tearing apart floors, walls and even landscaping. A sewer video camera inspection could help you find a solution that doesn’t impact the rest of your home.
  • Prevent major plumbing repair expenses! It’s like getting your car regular serviced, video camera inspections will help you keep smaller issues from developing into larger ones.

Sewer Video Inspections Take The Guesswork Out of Possible Hidden Problems

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So why would you need a sewer camera video inspection?

  •  “Ring in the sink”
  • Clogged lines
  • Water back ups
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  • Sagging sewer lines
  • Tree root infiltrations
  • Home inspections

DIY Sewer Video Inspections Shouldn’t Be An Option, Here is WHY.

  • Its more cost-effective ​​​to hire a company
  • It requires specialized equipment that can cost up to 15K
  • Homeowner-level video equipment can only inspect a few feet which is too short
  • You can rent equipment, but do you really have the money, time and plumbing knowledge to do the pr​​​oject?

Along with this, you need to understand that saving money on diagnosing an issue doesn’t necessarily mean you save money on fixing the issue. Any sort of complex plumbing work needs to be done by professionals for your safety.

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Budgeting for a sewer video camera inspection near me

Every scenario is different but on average you can expect to pay $300-700.  If you need additional work done as a result of the camera inspection, like clearing your pipes or repairing the sewer line, that’s going to be an additional cost. Because of this, it’s a good idea to see what a plumber’s rates are for these services on top of the camera inspection, just in case you need them.



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