Determining the cause of a clogged drain or examining the condition of your plumbing system sometimes requires a more in-depth examination.
By performing a video camera inspection, we are able to see first-hand what is happening inside your pipes so that we can address your issue quickly and efficiently.
What is a Video Inspection?
A sewer camera unit is fitted with a transmitter that sends a signal showing exactly where the blockage is. At ground level, a locating device is used to detect the transmitted signal. The plumber will then mark the spot with paint or a flag, and then they will dig the sewer trench at this location.
Signs You May Benefit from a Video Inspection
We perform camera inspections on every job related to slow drains or backed up sewer systems. If you notice any of the following, call us to schedule an appointment:
- Bad odors coming from your drains
- Slow drains
- Increased water bill
- Water main issues
Camera Inspections Can Be Used to Diagnose the Following:
- Clogs and leaks
- Invasive tree roots
- Pipes with cracks or misaligned joints
- Collapsed pipes
- Find lost items that have fallen down the drain
- Inspect pipes in older homes
- Assess the condition of septic systems
- Remodelling – ensure that your pipes can handle additional usage
Is a Camera Inspection Expensive?
On average, a video inspection of your pipes can cost $350-600 per visit. It is a non-invasive way to determine the health of your plumbing system and can help detect any major issues early on (saving you money in the long run).