What You Should Know Sewer Line Inspection and Repair

November 9, 2016 in Pipe Inspection

Most property owners suppose that sewer line maintenance is the duty of the municipality they live in. However, homeowners are actually in charge of that part of the sewer line which runs from your home to the main line located under the street. This line tends to be vulnerable to potential issues such as leaks and damage due to tree root intrusion, shifting soil, and the overwhelming weight of traffic or huge vehicles. Any damage, whether it’s a broken or clogged pipe or a system that’s worn-out over time has to be addressed to prevent further damage to arise.

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Are You Using the Sewer Drain Camera Inspection? Here is Why You Should

September 5, 2016 in Pipe Inspection

Often many things in the house and the homestead require repair. To someone who is not an expert or experienced in the task, it right takes a lot of time before identifying the problem, or at times determining where the problem is. One needs to frequently inspect their drainage systems to be sure they operate well and are in the right shape. Back in the day, it would be hard to identify any defect without digging up, or letting the sewer get to the surface then you realize that you took a lot of time to identify the problem. In the Washington DC, the residents have gone a step further in adopting technology and using the sewer drain camera inspection as a way of checking on the working of the sewer pipe. The technology has been fast adopted, and it has yielded results to the public.

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Here’s How to Fix a Pipe Without Tearing Everything Up

August 11, 2015 in Pipe Inspection

Technology has come a long way in a relatively short amount of time, and we reap the benefits of it in countless ways. One of those ways comes into play in home repair, particularly drain cleaning, sewer line repair, and other factors associated with the plumbing in your home. Camera drain inspection is used to take a look at pipes that are in disrepair, or to judge if it is time to replace them. It is suggested that if a house is over 20 years old, a sewer inspection should be had, as it is best to replace sewer systems about every 40 years to ensure good quality and efficiency.

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Video Pipe Inspection is Faster and More Efficient

July 26, 2015 in Pipe Inspection

Video pipe inspection has become one of the fastest and most effective ways to inspect a pipe problem and solve it. Petersburg, VA video pipe inspection uses the latest technology to find the specific source of the pipe problem whether it is a crack, clog, damage, corrosion or other issue. The technology is used by repair companies and service professionals and it allows for real time inspection of a pipe system.

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