Plumbing can cause serious problems for your Colorado Springs home and for your checking account.
With how often sinks and toilets are used, backup and clogs are common even in the most well-maintained homes. However, not all problems are easily seen or can be treated with a simple plunger.
One of the most valuable tools in the sewer & drain business is drain video inspection.
If you are experiencing any of the issues below, call a Colorado Springs sewer & drain cleaning company to help you. They will be able to not only repair any problems but will also inspect your plumbing for any further issues.
What is a Sewer/Drain Video Inspection?
Our professionally trained, Whitney Sewer & Drain Cleaning specialists in Colorado Springs will attach a waterproof camera to a sewer cable and insert it into your drains.
The drain video inspections service will help the specialist visualize exactly what is causing the problem, this could include tree root intrusions, corrosion, cracks, and much more.
One of the many benefits of a drain inspection is that you can see exactly where the problem is and start your work there. This helps to avoid digging up your entire garden to get to find and fix the problem.
Once the inspection is complete, we will determine the best course of action, whether that be cleaning, repair or replacing your sewer line.
Is It Time for A Sewer Line Video Inspection?
Experiencing frequent blockages
You thought you’d fix that blockage, but just a few days or weeks later it’s back, what is going on? Tree roots are known for invading sewer lines and creating havoc especially if they go unnoticed and untreated.
Drain video inspections will allow your Colorado Springs sewer & drain cleaning specialist to see the problem and determine the best plan to get your water flowing again.
Inconsistent Water Pressure
While a pipe in your home may be easy to see, a leak underground is much harder to recognize. One way is to check your water pressure. A leak in your sewer line can actually cause a drop in water pressure.
You Are Purchasing A Home
You’ve fallen in love with your new home, but before you buy it, make sure you get your sewer lines inspected!
Most of the time, new homeowners forget to do this because sewer lines are not visible, but this can be a costly mistake that can lead you to spending quite a bit of money.
There are many things you want to smell in your home, sewage is not one of them. If you’re smelling any foul odors in your home it could signal a crack somewhere in your sewer line.
If you’re experiencing any of these problems, it might be time for a sewer/drain video inspection before things go from bad to worse.
Fix Your Drain Before It Gets Worse with Video Inspection
Problems that are left untreated can result in backed-up sewage, water damage and sewer line replacements. Be proactive and avoid expensive repairs down the road by getting your sewers and drains checked at the first sight of trouble.