Expert Sewer Camera Inspection throughout the Entire Inland Empire
Unsure what is happening in your pipes? Give us a call to assist you with a video inspection!
Let our experienced plumbers take the first step to solving your issue by using advanced technology to take a look inside your system. Our trained technicians will use a tiny camera that snakes through your system and visually identifies exactly what the cause is and where exactly it is.
The results of your camera inspection are recorded for future review. With this information, we will work with you to determine the best course of action to fix the problem and ensure the longevity of your entire system!
In addition to knowing the exact cause and location of the issue, a video inspection has other benefits as well:
- Peace of mind that the job is complete – We can compare the post-work video to the original to show you the problem has been resolved.
- Completely non-invasive – No excavation is required!
- Save time and money – A video inspection is the fastest and most cost-effective way to get a full understanding of what is going on.
The biggest advantage of a sewer line camera inspection is that, without having to excavate, you can see precisely what is going on with your sewer line and plan accordingly. Without a sewer line camera inspection, it is a best-guess scenario since the cause and location of the problem cannot be ascertained above-ground.
If your sewer line is experiencing issues it could be well worth it to get a sewer line inspection. Oftentimes a small problem that is an easy fix can be detected in an inspection before it turns into a large repair and expense.
In addition, many people buying a new house like to have a sewer inspection performed in order to reveal any issues or concerns before purchasing. It’s nice to know the home you are buying does not have unknown problems lurking beneath the surface. To schedule your sewer line inspection, contact Hedrick & Young today!
A sewer inspection consists of a tiny camera being inserted into the sewer line on a snake. The snake is wound through the line, looking for cracks, tree roots, clogs or other problems with the line. Inspections can reveal problems in a line that could become major issues later.