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Plumbing problems are never any fun. Sewer issues can be quite the pain, but it pays to not go the DIY route. It is an important investment to pay for a professional, but if you want it done right you need to hire the best. When your sewer is getting you down, a plumber can utilize the camera sewer inspection method to diagnose the problem.
Before cameras were around and used for plumbing issues, it was costly, time consuming and irritating to identify the exact cause of a sewer problem. This was because plumbers would usually need to dig up whole sewer pipes to be able to figure out exactly what area was in need of a repair.
Today, because of much needed advances in plumbing technology, a sewer camera inspection by an experienced, professional plumber can find the problem in no time flat. This method is also much cheaper than the old way of digging up pipes.
Frequently, we find that damaged pipe lines, cracks in the pipe, tree roots, incorrect installations and clogs are the most common factors that cause sewer line problems. Sewage backups can be an awful, disgusting thing to deal with.
Whether you are experiencing this or maybe the drains in your house are just too slow, your best bet is to contact a plumber who is licensed, experienced and professional to come in and do a sewer camera inspection. This is something you never want to try and do yourself because it is too easy to mess up. If things don’t go smoothly – and they frequently do not – it can be very costly to fix your mistakes. In the long run it is much cheaper to just hire a professional in the first place.
If you are curious how a sewer camera inspection works, it is actually a fairly fascinating process. First, a lengthy cord that has a tiny sewer video camera attached. Lights are also attached to help keep the area brightly lit enough to be able to see the sewer drains on the inside.
The cord is then carefully moved around throughout the pipes. The sewer camera gives off a very helpful signal that aids the plumber in finding the specific spot where the repair needs to be made. Additionally, the camera helps the plumber figure out the exact layout of the pipes that are underground and would not otherwise be able to be mapped out without digging them up.
The sewer camera also sends everything back to a TV monitor in real time. This helps the plumber to see exactly what the problem is. Once again, this is why this is a job for a professional. Only a licensed plumber will be able to effectively diagnose and take care of the problem.
Excavating an entire pipe system is so much more time consuming and expensive than simply hiring a professional to use the camera sewer inspection method. You will be saving yourself so many headaches because plumbers will know quickly and exactly where they need to dig rather than having to guess.