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3 Reasons To Schedule A Camera Sewer Line Inspection

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The plumbing system in a home is used many times throughout the day; one of the most important aspects of a residential plumbing system is the sewer line, which transports household waste away from the house. The sewer line is so important, but it is buried underground so it is not easy to access. However, experienced plumbers can use special cameras to inspect the sewer line. There are several reasons to schedule a camera sewer line inspection, such as:

Find Clogs

Sewer line clogs are a major plumbing issue. If you notice strange gurgling sounds when running appliances like the washing machine or experience problems when flushing the toilets in your home, it may be due to a sewer line clog. No one wants to deal with a sewer line clog-- a complete blockage in the sewer line can result in sewage backing up through the drains in your home. Scheduling a camera sewer line inspection when you suspect problems allows clogs and blockages to be found quickly so you can arrange for drain cleaning before bigger problems arise. 

Discover Damage

While sewer line pipes are designed to be durable and long-lasting, they can be infiltrated by tree roots, crack, or collapse due to shifting soil. Scheduling a camera sewer line inspection makes it possible for an experienced plumber to closely inspect the inside of your sewer line and identify issues that need to be repaired. Making repairs promptly can help ensure that you don't have to completely replace sections of your home's sewer line pipe.

Inspecting a Home Before Making a Purchase

Purchasing a house is a really big investment, and no one wants to spend a lot of money on a home that has plumbing problems, especially if the main issues are with the sewer line. Almost all homebuyers order a home inspection, but this type of inspection rarely delves inside the pipes of a home. If you're planning on purchasing a house, it is in your best interest to schedule a traditional home inspection as well as a camera sewer line inspection. Investing in a camera sewer line inspection can give you the peace of mind of knowing that you're buying a house with a sewer line that is in good repair.

Scheduling a camera sewer line inspection during the inspection period after putting in an offer on a home is one of the best things that you can do. The last thing you want to do is assume a mortgage on a house and then find out that you need to make major repairs because the sewer line pipe has problems. 


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