Digital Camera Inspections
Find out what’s troubling your drains with a camera inspection in your home.
Are you struggling with recurring drain clogs? Find out what’s going on with a professional camera pipe inspection. Call Surgent Construction to request an immediate appointment.
Plumbing camera inspections are used to diagnose most drain problems. It allows us to pinpoint the source of the problem (tree roots, leak, corrosion, etc.) so we can present you with the most accurate solution. A camera inspection helps you avoid unnecessary pipe replacements, saving you time and money.
We provide business and home owners with accurate plumbing camera inspections using the latest technology. You can count on us to provide you with the right solutions.
What to Expect During the Inspection
The camera inspection starts with a flexible cable inserted into the drain line. This cable features a small camera attached to the tip. The cable easily maneuvers through the line and records in real time. You can look along with us on our monitor as we “travel” through your sewer line in search of the problem. We can provide you with a copy of the recording if you need one. After the inspection is complete, we will know exactly what needs to be done next. Your options often include drain snaking or hydrojetting.
When is Camera Inspection Recommended?
Sewer camera inspection is not only used to diagnose existing issues. It’s also a convenient tool to assess the health of your plumbing if you’re in the market to buy or sell a home or business, or if you are planning to re-pipe your home or business.
Before sewer line repair/replacement: If you need to replace or repair your plumbing lines, we need to carry out a camera inspection first. This lets us identify any existing problems and lets us know if we need to clear any blockages.
Before hydrojetting: If you need hydrojetting services performed, an initial camera inspection will alert us to what kinds of objects are blocking your pipe. A camera inspection will also let us see any damages such as cracks or leaks that need to be addressed before hydrojetting.
Before buying a new home: Don’t sign onto your dream home before performing a full plumbing inspection, including a thorough camera pipe inspection. Spending just a few hundred dollars on inspection can potentially help you save thousands of dollars and give you extra peace of mind.