Video Line Inspection
The use of cameras for video line inspections is one of the most innovative and valuable developments in the plumbing business during the last ten years. Specially designed waterproof cameras allow professionals to perform a full visual inspection of underground sewer lines and pipes (even the ones encased in cement, and concealed beneath your home’s foundation!) without digging huge trenches or causing major damage.
Our highly trained and experienced technicians here at Hammond Services will insert a special fiber optic cable. The cable is highly flexible, and fitted with a high-resolution camera small enough to fit into almost any pipe. As it travels through the pipe, the camera transmits the video feed back to us, allowing Hammond Services to view the entire pipe from end to end.
The images we receive reveal the internal condition of the pipes, allowing us to identify existing issues, or areas for potential concern. Using radio transmission, the camera also records the depth and exact location of these problems, providing our experts with all the information necessary to solve any problems existing inside your drain line problems. We also offer this inspection after we’ve performed any service or repair; you can confirm the successful cleaning or fix yourself, without needing to chisel through cement or dig through the mud.
Common Reasons to Schedule a Video Line Inspection
Here are a few of the most common reasons people use video line inspection:
- Suspected root intrusion
- Broken or cracked pipes
- Offset pipes
- Indications of corrosion
- Bellied pipes
- Leaking joints
- Grease buildup
Schedule Your Video Line Inspection Today
We offer 24/7 Emergency Services, providing you with the answers and professional help you need, when you need it most. Our licensed and certified technicians are standing by, ready to field your call and answer your questions.
To get clarity about what’s going on inside your home’s pipe, schedule your video line inspection by contacting us today.
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