Crete Sewer pipes often get clogged up with unwanted things and it may lead to bad odor, leads to breed of insects in turn affects the people around. It also leads to leakage of sewage thus creating nuisance to the public. To periodically monitor these problems, your local plumbing contractor will use a video inspection.
Keeping Your Sewer Pipes Clean
Sewer pipes and drains also deteriorate over time and require maintenance eventually. You should not wait until problems start happening before you get your pipes inspected. Camera inspections also helps to maintain safe, consistent and continued sewer pipelining operations.
Closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras are used in sewer video inspection technology. The technology is now so good that the pictures obtained of the inside of pipes and drains are clear enough to easily identify any damage, or even any potential future damage, in the interior part of the pipe. It is very easy to detect minute cracks and leakages in sewer pipes with these video inspections.
These specialized video cameras are also very useful when monitoring sewer pipes running through unreachable areas and sewer pipes running through long distances. Any build up of debris or dirt can also clearly be seen to allow the right approach of cleaning to take place later.
Crete sewer pipe video inspections can save you lot of money by letting your plumbing contractor have first-hand knowledge of the condition of every inch of your drains and sewers. It can eliminate, or at least minimize, the kind of nasty surprise that usually accompanies an unexpected breakdown.
Sewer video inspection can prevent or detect problems such as:
- Cracked sewer lateral
- Bellied drain line
- Separated lateral joint
- Debris blockage
- Root intrusion
- Leaking pipe joints
- Deteriorated piping materials