Video Camera Inspection
Video camera inspection is a relatively little known solution to common drain or plumbing repair problems. Plumbline Services is proud to use this innovative technology to more quickly diagnose and fix drain clogs and other issues.
What Is Video Camera Inspection?
In the history of plumbing repair, a blockage in a home’s drainage system meant that a service technician would spend a lot of time and labor attempting to locate the source of the clog. He very likely would need to dig large trenches around drainpipes to search for the problem. This process was both messy and costly to the homeowner.
Video camera inspection makes that difficult search obsolete. Now, when a sewer or drainpipe becomes clogged, the technician can simply send a camera into the pipes to find the exact location of the problem. The high-resolution camera is attached to a flexible fiber optic cable to enable the device to traverse the twists and turns of the drainage system. The camera is completely waterproof, which allows it to go deep into the plumbing network to identify problems. Once a repair is completed, the camera can be sent down again to ensure that it was done properly and that no other hidden issues exist.
How It Can Be Used
This video camera inspection can be used for a variety of plumbing issues. The most obvious drainage problem is caused by buildup of debris or grease in a pipe, but there are many other potential causes of drainage issues. Many drainage difficulties are caused by natural features, such as trees or shifting ground. Sometimes drainpipes are damaged by the penetration of tree roots. The roots may continue to grow inside the pipe and block the flow of water. Shifting soil can cause a drain line to collapse or sink, resulting in poor drainage movement. When the ground where sewer lines are buried shifts, they can become damaged and leak their contaminated contents into the surrounding soil.
Like anything else, no drainpipe lasts forever. Over time, drainpipes can deteriorate and crumble, causing a drainage restriction or leak. Another culprit of drainage problems is a previous poor plumbing job. Using inferior materials or installing lines improperly can result in major problems down the road. Despite the variety of causes of drainage problems, they can all be easily detected using a video camera inspection. Remotely viewing the problem is the simplest way to determine the cause and extent of the issue, as well as take the initial steps toward fixing the problem.
Why Plumbline Uses It
Plumbline Services is proud to make use of video camera inspection as part of our commitment to customer satisfaction. Our experienced technicians want to solve your drainage problem as quickly as possible with as little mess as possible, and this technology helps us to accomplish that goal. It is just another part of ensuring that “Our reputation is comforting.” Don’t add unnecessary cost and delays to your already frustrating drainage problem. Call Plumbline Services today at 303-436-2525 to get it fixed right.
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