Often the best way to identify any problems in pipes or sewer lines that are hard to reach is to use camera lines. Pipes under your home, hidden behind walls or embedded in concrete are almost impossible to get at otherwise. Inspecting with a video camera will accurately identify any issues without having to guess.
The technique uses a high definition video camera attached to the end of a long rod, which is inserted into the pipe by a skilled technician. An HDTV monitor receives the video signals sent back by the camera, as it scans and records the pipe's interior. A digital recording can be made to be used in the future.
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If you suspect a blockage or your pipes drain slowly, this type of visual inspection is recommended. And if you are buying a home, inspecting the pipes thoroughly before signing the contract is highly recommended. Any problems can be identified, and a potential buyer can get an idea of how much it will cost to fix these.
As a homeowner, you don’t want to have to guess what problems you may have hidden away in your pipes, and using a camera ensures you have accurate information and confidence in your system’s ability to function as it should.
Many problems become expensive to fix or require disruptive excavations; using a camera helps to identify issues in your pipes sooner and save time and money.
You also won’t need to cut holes in your drywall or dig holes in the floor when you use this easy and non-invasive method. This is the most effective way to access the sewers in your home and make sure everything is working as it should, with no issues.