Despite the fact that we all use water every single day, most people know very little about their plumbing. After all, most of your pipes sit underground or behind walls, making it impossible to know what’s going on inside of them. Or is it?
Thanks to video camera inspections, we can take a look into your pipes to identify (and solve) even the most stubborn problems.
Why Choose Video Camera Inspections
Eliminate unnecessary digging.
Prior to cameras, plumbers would often have to dig up a person’s yard looking for the source of the problem. Oftentimes, this led to massive holes in people’s front and back yard — something no homeowner wants. But with camera inspections, we can find the source of the problem and only dig up a small area where absolutely necessary.
Finding lost valuables.
Losing your ring down the drain is only something that happens in movies, right? Absolutely not! Over the past few years, we’ve received plenty of calls about jewelry and other small valuables slipping down the sink and into the drain.
Determining what a clog is made of.
Clogs are one of the most annoying yet common plumbing problems we face. And while it may seem like a clog is just a clog, knowing what it’s made up of can help prevent problems in the future. For example, if it’s made of items being wrongfully flushed down the toilet, you can ask people in your family to be more responsible with what they throw in the toilet. If it’s made from sediments and tree roots, we can offer suggestions that will alleviate these problems in the future.