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Camera inspections for your sewer line are a must!

Whether you are about to purchase a new home or if you’re in a home or property that you plan on selling down the road, having a camera run through your sewer line is always a good idea.


The sewer line is the main pipe that takes all the used water and waste away from your house and into the municipal sewage system. Sewer pipes are usually found several feet below the pavement and dirt that surrounds your home. This makes it difficult to diagnose anything that may be an issue in that pipe without some major digging.


Many property owners are unaware that they are responsible for the sewer line from the building or property to the main city line. If the sewer piping is old, broken, or has roots growing in them, this could lead to a sewage backup. Sewer back-ups are serious and can cost thousands of dollars in property damage. For this and other reasons, it’s a good idea to have a camera run through your sewer pipes regularly by an experienced plumber.


Reasons customers ask for a TV camera inspection:


  • Inspecting a potential home – Buying a house is a large task. It’s one of the largest investments you will ever make. Wouldn’t you like having the peace of mind with a camera inspection of your plumbing? This is one way to make sure you don’t inherit any expensive problems from a previous owner.
  • Lost an item in the pipes – More often this may be a piece of expensive or sentimental jewelry that can send you into a panic. Plumbers can use the technology of a video camera down the sewer line to help find your lost item.
  • Septic Tank Inspections – This is a proactive measure in ensuring the health of your septic tank. Having a plumber run a video camera into your septic tank will help you stay ahead of any repairs and/or maintenance.
  • Remodeling – Before adding onto or remodeling your kitchen or bathroom, having a camera inspection can ensure that your existing plumbing can handle the new additions and increase in waste and water flow.


There are many benefits to scheduling a camera inspection for your plumbing. When you’re preparing to buy a house, getting a camera inspection is a proactive approach in making an educated buying decision. If you have leaks in your walls or reoccurring stoppages, a camera inspection can get into the pipes and help diagnose the problem without having to tear apart walls or excavate.


If you’re looking for an experienced plumbing company that handles this technology daily, call Need A Plumber. Need A Plumber can help you schedule your camera plumbing inspection or assist you with any of your plumbing needs!

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