Sewer Camera Inspection in Phoenix, AZ, and Surrounding Areas
Do I Need a Sewer Inspection?
Do you have a sewer line that is not functioning correctly? Sewer lines are often overlooked during the construction of new buildings. Luckily, there is an inexpensive way to inspect your sewer line before it becomes too costly or time-consuming to fix! Sewer camera inspection services offer many benefits, including:
What Is A Sewer Camera Inspection?
Sewer camera inspections are the process of inspecting sewer lines using a video camera. Sewers contain wastewater and other substances, so it is impossible to see inside them with the naked eye or by looking from above through manholes. With a sewer inspection service, the pipes are cleaned out first, then a tiny video camera at one end of an extendable rod is lowered into the line. At the same time, someone watches carefully from a screen. A sewer inspection can be done with the pipes clean, dirty, or even when they're full of water!
We serve the entire state of Arizona, including:
Camera Inspection Before Lining
Our sewer camera inspection in Phoenix, AZ, and surrounding areas can identify roots, rust, and pipes that are falling apart! Roots mean the sewer line is compromised and there is a greater risk of the pipe collapsing. After a sewer camera inspection, our professional trenchless contractor can determine the damage and provide you with the best solution.
Once our NuDrain liner has hardened, we will perform another sewer camera inspection, showing you exactly how beneficial the liner is.
We also offer sewer camera inspection services before the liner is installed.
Why Do Some Homeowners Need to Have This Type of Inspection
Sewer camera inspections are beneficial for homeowners because they give you an accurate picture of what's going on inside your sewers without relying on guesswork from your plumber. Clogs, broken pipes, partial pipe buildup, and tree root penetration are things that sewer camera inspections can communicate to us.
Sewer inspection frequency varies from homeowner to homeowner and depends on how accessible the sewer is. If your home's pipes closer to your home, then you'll need a camera inspection less frequently. Sewers with long stretches of pipe before they reach homes or other buildings require more frequent inspections because there's a greater chance for things like tree roots to penetrate them.
If you want to know when it might be time for another sewer camera inspection in Phoenix, AZ, and nearby areas, contact us! Our professional plumbers will give you peace of mind by ensuring no problems are lurking underground, that may cause costly repairs or replacements and our prices are upfront with no hidden charges!
Inspecting sewers is essential because they carry wastewater from homes and businesses to a treatment plant. A sewer line running alongside a building runs wastewater in pipes underground into structures called manholes before finally emptying into larger drains along streets and riverbanks. Sewers also need maintenance periodically; depending on how well-maintained the sewer system is, an inspection may be necessary from time to time.
Inspections can help detect possible issues in the sewage or stormwater systems and can also identify chronic problems that need immediate attention so they don't lead to more severe consequences, such as backups into buildings. Sewer inspections should typically be performed at least once every two years for residential properties and annually for commercial ones; however, this varies depending on local regulations and usage of the sewer system.
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Other Frequently Asked Questions
Using a scope with a camera attached, our trenchless company can get an in-depth look at your sewer pipes and components. Once we identify a problem, we can target the specific area with repair work for fast resolution of your sewer problems.
Signs that you may need pipe camera inspection include:
- Sewer backups
- Bad odors coming from your pipes
- Wet spots around your home or its foundation
Sewer video inspection can detect roots, grease buildup, and other obstructions that may be blocking the flow of your sewer lines.
Sewer inspection isn’t necessary for every plumbing inspection, but if you’re experiencing ongoing sewer issues, it’s recommended to have it performed.
A video inspection can give our plumbers more information about how severe your sewer problem is. If line replacement is recommended, we’ll provide you with all options upfront so that you can make the best decision for your home or business.
Contact Our Team for an In-Depth Inspection
To learn more about how our advanced sewer and drain inspection services can help you in Phoenix, AZ, contact Peerless Plumbing Company and NuDrain Phoenix today. Call us or fill out the online contact form to schedule your appointment with our experts.
If there are any signs your plumbing needs repair, Peerless Plumbing Company and Nudrain Phoenix will inspect it thoroughly before proceeding with a service call! Contact us today at (602) 265-5508 or fill out our online form to schedule an appointment for: