Sewer Camera Video Inspection
SEWER CAMERA VIDEO INSPECTION
We provide sewer camera video inspection services in Fresno. We supplement our plumbing, sewer line cleaning and slab leak repair services, with a modern method called video pipeline inspection, which is used to visually inspect the inside of various pipelines. Often, we use this method to establish the state of small diameter sewer pipes and that of household connection pipes.
How are video cameras used in inspection?
Video cameras are one of the most valuable tools in the plumbing business. A video pipe inspection consists of inserting a small, waterproof camera inside the sewer drain or pipe. Thus, the camera is placed at the end of a long rod or cable so that our specialist can run it down the pipe to locate the issue.
Therefore, the specially designed waterproof plumbing cameras allow plumbing technicians to conduct a visual inspection of sewer lines and other underground pipes, including pipes under cement and under your home’s foundation.
Benefits of this method
When our specialists utilize the video camera inspection on a sewer line, they are able to record what they see and make a DVD or a copy of the procedure.
In addition, this will allow you to visualize the issue. It also helps offer an accurate estimation of the repairs needed.
How we do it?
To begin your sewer camera inspection, a professionally trained and skilled technician inserts a rod with a high-resolution video camera on its tip into your sewer lines. These high-tech drain cameras are flexible, allowing them to travel through twists and turns in sewer lines and thoroughly examine pipes and pipe walls in drain lines from 2 inches to 36 inches in diameter.
Thus, you will always benefit from choosing professionals to take care of your housing piping, sewage and drainage systems in the long run. 911 plumbing and electrical company offers quality services in Fresno, Sonoma CA and the Bay Area.
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