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What you should know about inspecting your sewer lines
- Sewer inspections, while a less than desirable job, are critical to maintaining your home and avoiding expensive surprises. If you’re having plumbing problems, there may be a blockage in your sewer line that is affecting life inside your home. The first step is to give us a call. We’ll stop by and use our state-of-the art camera to actually get inside the sewer line and see what’s going on.
- During our sewer inspection, we’ll be looking for abnormalities inside the line, such as clogs or breaks. You’ll be able to see what we’re up against, too, when you take a look at the camera yourself. We’ll talk about what we see, explain next steps and create a plan. If we determine that repairing the sewer line will do the trick, with your permission we’ll get to work clearing the blockage and getting you back to normal life.
- Sometimes when we camera the sewer line, we find that the only option is to replace the entire sewer line. When replacement is the only option it is often due to issues such as tree root intrusion, deterioration and corrosion, leaks, blocked drain pipes or broken sewer lines. The good news? We’ll work directly with you to be sure you understand the reason that replacement is necessary, develop a plan that works for your life and come up with payment options that fit your budget.
- When our clients make the decision to replace their sewer line, one of the options could be “trenching”. This non-invasive technique allows us to replace your sewer line without digging into the inside of your home. That means less mess and more money in your pocket because we won’t have to cut through your floor or foundation. It’s a time saver and doesn’t require you to put as much money into restorative services.