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SEWER & DRAIN VIDEO INSPECTION SERVICE
The cost of a sewer and drain video inspection service can vary depending on various factors, such as the location, the length of the pipes being inspected, and the complexity of the job. On average, you can expect to pay between $200 to $300 for a sewer and drain video inspection.
We are highly recommended to have a sewer line video inspection done when buying a house.
This inspection can help identify any potential issues or hidden problems within the underground sewer line that may not be visible during a regular home inspection. By using a video camera to inspect the sewer line, any blockages, leaks, or structural damage can be detected, allowing you to make an informed decision about the property and potentially avoid costly repairs in the future.
Give us a call at 312-532-6435 to schedule the video inspection service
We will provide you with a comprehensive report on the condition of the sewer line before completing the purchase of the house.
A sewer video camera can show several things during an inspection. Here are some common findings that can be revealed by a sewer video camera:
1. Blockages: The camera can identify any obstructions in the sewer line such as tree roots, debris, or buildup of solids that are causing blockages.
2. Cracks and Leaks: It can detect cracks, fractures, or breaks in the sewer pipes, which can lead to leaks and potential water damage.
3. Collapsed Pipes: The camera can reveal sections of pipes that have collapsed or deteriorated, causing significant problems with the sewer system.
4. Pipe Misalignment: It can identify areas where pipes have shifted, become misaligned, or separated, which can cause issues with the flow of wastewater.
5. Pipe Material and Condition: The camera allows plumbers to assess the material of the pipes, such as clay, cast iron, PVC, or concrete. It can also reveal any signs of corrosion, rust, or other forms of deterioration.
6. Proper Functioning: The video inspection can determine if the sewer system is functioning properly, including checking for adequate water flow and identifying any areas where backup or slow drainage is occurring.
Overall, a sewer video camera inspection provides a detailed visual assessment of the sewer line, helping to pinpoint any issues or potential problems within the system. This information allows us to provide accurate recommendations for repairs or maintenance, ensuring the proper functioning of the sewer system.