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Sewer Camera Inspection in Vacaville CA

Sewer Camera Inspection

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Sewer Camera Inspection in Vacaville CA

Sewer Camera Inspection

One of the most important instruments in the plumbing trade is the video camera. Plumbing specialists may do a visual inspection of sewage lines and other drain pipes, including pipelines hidden behind walls, enclosed in concrete slabs, and buried beneath the foundation of your home, using specially made waterproof plumbing cameras.

Sewer Camera Inspection in Vacaville CA

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Video Camera Line Inspection Process

An expertly qualified specialist inserts a rod with a high-resolution video camera on its tip into your sewer lines to start your sewer camera examination. These flexible, high-tech drain cameras can move through the bends and turns in sewer pipes and comprehensively inspect pipes and pipe walls that range in diameter from 2 inches to 36 inches.

The technician's video monitor receives the camera footage in real-time, allowing him to analyze the sewage and drain lines' condition right away. Any issues will be visible to you immediately on a display, and footage is preserved for later use. 

Video Camera Line Inspection Process in Vacaville CA

What makes us the best plumbing company in Solano county?

Advanced Plumbing Heating & Air is the best plumbing company in Solano County.  It isn't coincidence that we are five-star rated  in Google, Yelp. What sets us apart is our unwavering dedication to your satisfaction. With a legacy of excellence and a strong foundation of trust our extensively trained technicians possess a wealth of expertise, ensuring that we're equipped to handle any plumbing challenge that comes our way.

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What is the Most Common Diagnosis from a Video Camera Inspection?

A video camera check of a sewer will likely reveal the most frequent diagnosis: heavy root intrusion through pipe joints. A homeowner should think about having the sewer repaired or replaced if root penetration results in backups more frequently than once per year. Since sewers are intended to be a closed system, sewage can leak out if roots manage to get inside. The choices that our plumbers will provide to you, though, can include extra cleanings to stop backups from happening, spot repairs, or a full sewer line replacement. The homeowners can choose whichever course of action is appropriate for them unless the sewer has partially collapsed to hinder drainage.

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