Sewer Line Camera Inspection
Call us to send a camera to find out what’s wrong first!
Sewer Camera Inspection
Years ago, sewer camera inspection was a messy, smelly, expensive and time-consuming proposition. Today – with high tech, color video – sewer camera inspections can carry out the same work in a fraction of the time for a fraction of the cost.
Savannah Thompson & Thompson plumbers operate long-range tractor cameras right into the heart of your sewage system. The cameras are mounted on swiveling heads and are equipped with bright lights that help provide crystal clear images of the interior of your sewer pipes.
WHY CHOOSE A SEWER CAMERA INSPECTION
Savannah Thompson & Thompson plumbers use modern video technology to inspect your sewage system because it is non-invasive and can be employed without digging or taking the pipes apart. The time and money saved is astronomical as we can isolate the real problem and then decide whether to dig or not. A precise diagnostic of the pipe enables us to focus our attention on the problem at hand.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT TO FIND
Sewer camera inspections are clean and accurate and can quickly (and inexpensively) determine the nature of your sewer pipe problems with an accuracy that snaking cannot. Sewer camera inspections can identify:
- Tree roots
- Broken tiles and bricks
- Bad mortar
- Negative grade slopes
- Sagging pipes
- Offset joints
- Cracks in pipes
- Sludge buildup
NOT JUST FOR OLD SEWAGE SYSTEMS
Think of the sewer camera as a proactive tool, a way to check out the drains and sewage system in any home or business.
If you are buying a new home it is always a good idea to have a licensed, Savannah, Thompson & Thompson plumber come in before you commit to buying. It may save you some money down the line. If you are planning to renovate, let our sewer cameras take a look before you lay that hardwood floor. Your drains and sewage system may seem like hidden elements of your home and therefore are sometimes overlooked. Sewer camera inspections can see the problem before it gets worse, saving you time, money and headaches.