A camera inspection can identify any major or minor problems that may be occurring in the sewer or drain system of your home or a potential home you are purchasing. Sometimes the drains or sewer will back up due to a minor clog (someone flushes too much TP) and sometimes there is something more going on that will require a camera inspection to identify what may be going on in the walls, under the house or out in the yard.
The camera inspection report will include a detailed inspection that involves not only an exterior inspection but also an interior one as well. In the examination report, our experts will gauge the health of your pipes internally and go into the depths to check for any current/previous damage or leaks.
Our camera inspection service can help you make a more sound and detailed decision for purchasing a house. Our team can help explain the status of the sewer and drain lines, and if any areas need repaired or replaced, to give you a better flow of water and lastly, if the plumbing is justified in the home's cost.
This happens when there is constant dampness inside the pipes which makes a perfect environment for a root to sprout in your pipelines causing it to spread internally and clogging it up from different access points. This is a common form of pipe clog we deal with. We also see root intrusion where the pipe has a weak point, this could be a connection in the pipe, a tree or bush root will snake its way into the weak point and take over, or even crush, the sewer pipe.
Imagine if your bathroom’s pipeline had a crack and it was causing a leak. You call Instant Plumbing and our experts ask to perform a quick sewer video inspection and within a few movements inside the pipe, the camera can detect where your pipe has a crack from the inside and what is causing the big leak. Lucky for you, if you didn’t check it on time, then it could have led to bigger, more dangerous and expensive matters.
Root Intrusion in a main sewer.