Sewer Camera Inspections in Columbus
Industry-Leading Technology to Accurately Detect Plumbing Issues
Often times, plumbing issues can be tricky to detect with the naked eye, especially if the source of the problem is found deep inside your sewer lines. With the help of a drain inspection camera, an experienced plumber from The Rooter Works should be able to tell you what the problem is.
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Reasons to Schedule a Sewer Line Video Inspection
It is time to schedule a sewer line camera inspection if:
- Your drains are consistently backing up
- Your water bills are unusually expensive
- Your home is more than 20 years old
In older homes, it is common for tree roots to begin to sneak into small openings in your sewer line. These roots can often grab onto other debris within your pipes, resulting in drain backups.
Through the use of a sewer video inspection, our sewer line experts can help to conduct a more thorough drain & sewer inspection to prevent potential further damage from happening inside your home or business' plumbing system.
What Is A Sewer Camera?
A sewer line inspection camera is a waterproof video camera that is pushed through your sewer pipeline during a drain video inspection. Sewer line cameras can even beused to detect issues in pipes that are located deep beneath your home's cement ground.
The sewer inspection camera's job is only one part of the entire inspection process. Our experts here at The Rooter Works Plumbing and Drains use the latest technology that can help to unmask even the smallest plumbing issues.
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Common Problems Drain Camera Inspections Can Identify
Because of the location of drains and sewer lines, they’re often susceptible to damage caused by weather and other environmental factors.
A camera inspection can identify whether your home or office’s drain or sewer line has:
- Tree rot infiltration
- Pipes that are broken, cracked, or completely collapsed
- Complete obstructions
- Any sagging or bellying
What Is the Process Like During a Drain Camera Inspection?
Camera inspections allow plumbers to inspect deep within your drain and sewer lines without doing any invasive digging or destruction to your property.
- Our plumbers use a specially designed waterproof camera that allows us to visually inspect your drains and sewer lines.
- This high-resolution camera is attached to the tip of a flexible rod, which is then inserted into your drain or sewer line.
- The video footage is transmitted to a video monitor and all the footage is saved for future reference.
- The camera is also equipped with radio transmitters that measure and record the depth and physical location of any blockages or defects.
All of our plumbers are committed to doing thorough jobs, so after we do the initial inspection, we always diagnose the problem, perform any repairs, and then complete a second camera inspection to ensure that the problem has been permanently solved. If need be, we are also equipped at handling full drain replacements.
Trust our experts to get the job done for you the right way.
Should You Get a Sewer Inspection Before Buying a Home?
If you’re buying a home, many plumbing problems go undetected because camera inspections are typically not included in standard home inspections. Therefore, we recommend hiring one of our Columbus sewer inspection experts.
This will help to inform you whether or not the home’s sewer lines are in good condition and free of defects, or whether it will need costly and extensive repairs after you move in.
By getting a sewer inspection, you can rest assured that your new home is problem-free when it comes to plumbing.
Call The Rooter Works Plumbing and Drains Today
Our goal is togive our customers the peace of mind that their home or business is free of plumbing problems. When you call The Rooter Works Plumbing and Drains, our expert Columbus drain and sewer experts utilize advanced video inspections using industry-leading drain camera technology to accurately assess your drain and/or sewer line and provide you with an array of options for permanent solutions.
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