Sewer Underground Camera Inspection

A sewer camera inspection is a vital part of keeping your property’s sewer line working properly and effectively. Whether it’s a residential or commercial property, a sewer camera inspection can help property owners maintain their sewer line and identify issues before they become a bigger problem.
A sewer camera inspection is a process that inspects a property’s sewer line by inserting a video camera in the sewer pipe. Potential issues can be identified and located with a high resolution video camera. Some problems that can be identified are leaks, cracks, breaks and blockages, such as roots.
A sewer camera inspection, done properly, could mean the difference between lots of time and expense wasted (without being any closer to knowing what the problem is)—and getting a clear read on the problem with the “best case” advisement given as to how to solve it.
A sewer camera inspection, done properly, could mean the difference between lots of time and expense wasted (without being any closer to knowing what the problem is)—and getting a clear read on the problem with the “best case” advisement given as to how to solve it.
Why Obtain a Sewer Camera Inspection?
A sewer camera inspection is critical to keeping your sewer line working properly. Sewer camera inspections are able to identify issues within your sewer line, before there is a backup event. Problems that can cause a backup event are:

  • Clogged/blocked sewer pipes
  • Root intrusions
  • Cracked/broken sewer pipes

Although a small crack or blockage may not seem like a big deal, these issues can quickly become a major problem – and cost you a lot of time and money trying to diagnose or repair them.
When looking for a sewer camera inspection, it’s important to remember that a camera inspection is an investment. A discovery during the inspection process could help prevent a much larger problem. A small fee now can help you save thousands in additional repair and replacement costs when you receive a thorough sewer camera inspection.
You may also find many professionals offering “free” camera inspections. It’s important to keep in mind that these “free” inspections often end up costing you in the form of hidden fees or related charges. Always ask for the true cost of a camera inspection.
Call RC Certified Inspections at 913-764-7250 to schedule your inspection.

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