How does a video camera inspection work?
Before the technology of video camera inspections, the inspection and evaluation of sewer lines took a little bit of guess work and sometimes some digging up of sewer lines. With the new technology of video camera inspections, the guesswork has been removed because the plumber can see in real time inside your sewer lines and can make a more accurate evaluation of your plumbing.
Faster detection of hidden leaks
The worst nightmare of a homeowner is to suspect a water leak. Water can wreak havoc on a home, so it is extremely important to locate the leak as quickly as possible so that necessary repairs can be made. With video camera inspection our plumbers can locate and repair a leak very quickly.
A typical home inspection usually does not include video camera inspection of the plumbing system. You can request one, however, and we highly recommend that you do. You do not want to buy a beautiful home and then six months later have plumbing issues that can cost you thousands of dollars in repairs.
With a video camera inspection, you do not have the massive mess you used to get with excavating your sewer system to get an inspection. There is absolutely no cleanup needed after getting your complete and thorough video inspection.
Here at Hall’s Plumbing, we offer video camera inspections to all of our clients. We know the huge benefit this technology has on the way we do plumbing and on the experience our customers have because of it.