Plumbing | September 1, 2015
Don’t Dig! Benefits of Video Sewer Line InspectionOne of the most common plumbing problems that homeowners encounter is a blocked sewer line. Until recently, there was no way to find the source of sewer line blockages except destructive pipe excavation. But now you can find the problem much more efficiently with a simple inspection using a sewer-line camera. Learn more below about the benefits of video sewer inspection!
With video pipe inspection, your plumber can pinpoint the exact area where a pipe is blocked or damaged much more accurately than manual pipe inspection. Simply using the high-quality images generated by his or her camera, your plumber can trace both the nature and location of the problem without any guesswork.
Because video pipe inspection eliminates the need to dig up your yard or tear apart existing infrastructure, your plumber can identify the source of your problem with minimal disruption to your home and landscaping. While your plumber still may need to dig up a specific area of your yard to make the repair, the affected area will be only be limited to the exact location of the problem.
With manual pipe inspection, your plumber often has to dig up large portions of pipe in order to diagnose the problem — in addition to performing the actual repairs. Because video inspection can locate problems in less time and with no digging, you can get back to everyday life more quickly.
Finding a pipe blockage using video pipe inspection technology takes much less labor than trenching and searching for problems, which results in lower costs.
Contact an ARS®/Rescue Rooter® plumbing professional today by calling 1-800-277-9400 to schedule a video camera inspection of your sewer line.