The sound is unmistakable. That gurgling sound as the water slowly goes down the drain. If the sound isn’t familiar, the sight of water struggling to go down the drain certainly is. Both situations mean the same thing – a slow or clogged drain. If the problem is frequent, it will require a full inspection. Instead of wasting a lot of time searching for “sewer line inspection near me,” make the first and only call to The Drain Guys Plumbing And Drain Cleaning.
A sewer line inspection is the first step towards solving almost any sewer line problem that you may have. We use the latest equipment and our time-tested experience to diagnose and correct all sewer line problems.
Many property owners have questions about sewer line inspections, and below we have the answers to the most common questions that we’ve received.
What Happens During A Sewer Line Inspection?
Once our technician arrives at your property, they will immediately locate your plumbing line and search for any access points. Once an appropriate access point is found, we will insert a long, flexible cable into the tube. At the tip of the cable is a high-resolution camera with a light attached. The camera allows us to look deep inside your sewer line. It will show us any blockages or obstructions inside. The camera will also show any damage that needs to be corrected. Once the line is wholly inspected, we will prepare a sewer line inspection report. The report will detail any problems and our plan of action to correct them.
When Should I Do A Sewer Line Inspection?
If you are experiencing a slow drain, you may require an inspection. Frequent line backups are also a signal that you may need this. Even if you aren’t experiencing any problems, there are also other reasons to schedule a sewer line inspection. If you are preparing to buy or sell a property or plan a home renovation project, a sewer line inspection may reveal problems that you might not have realized existed.
How Often Should You Clean Out Your Sewer Line?
The average sewer line needs cleaning at least once a year. While this seems frequent, it isn’t. Your sewer line is used every day, and with that type of usage, minor problems can become big problems very quickly. Frequent inspections and cleanings are a cost-effective solution to preventing major sewer line problems.
Your sewer line is a significant part of your plumbing system. Ensure that it lasts as long as possible by contacting us at The Drain Guys Plumbing And Drain Cleaning to schedule a complete and comprehensive sewer line inspection.