At Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Drain Service, we offer state-of-the-art sewer camera inspections to residential properties in the Pitkin, Garfield, and Mesa County areas. Our advanced technology allows our specialized technicians to examine and diagnose the interior of sewer and drain pipes without the need for excavation to preserve your landscaping. Most routine real-estate inspections do not include a sewer and drain inspection, which means you could purchase a new property and be unaware of underlying piping problems. A quick inspection of your pipes by a licensed professional can easily alert you to any issues you might encounter in the future. Whether you’re a longtime homeowner or a prospective buyer, our reliable, noninvasive sewer camera inspections can assess the health of your pipelines and help give CO residents peace of mind.
Signs Your CO Home Might Need a Sewer Camera Inspection
It can be difficult to evaluate the functionality of a home’s sewer and drain systems because pipes are typically located within the walls of your home, under the foundation, and below the landscaping. However, there are a variety of common signs to indicate that you might need a sewer camera inspection. If you notice issues like slow flushing drains, repeated clogs or blockages, strange odors, flooding in your home or yard, low water pressure, cracks in your walls or ceilings, or warped floorboards, it’s time to call a professional. These signs can have any number of causes, but sewer camera inspections are a highly efficient and accurate method of identifying complications such as tree root invasion, mineral and dirt buildup, separated joints, leaks, cracks, and breaks that can all compromise the health of your pipes and your property.
How a Sewer Camera Inspection Works
A sewer camera inspection is the first step to provide homeowners with a comprehensive diagnostic of their Colorado property. These inspections are safe, fast, and efficient and rely on the use of a specialized camera. To examine your pipes, one of our experienced technicians will locate or create a small access point. A waterproof, high-definition camera attached to a flexible fiber optic cable is sent through your pipes, providing our team with a live video feed of your pipes. From there, we will be able to determine what types of services your property requires.
Why Trenchless Inspections Are Highly Effective
In the past, sewer and drain pipes could only be evaluated and repaired by digging to reach the problematic section of the pipe. Luckily, advancements in modern plumbing technology have expanded the tools available to industry experts. Because they eliminate the need for heavy machinery, more technicians, and clean-up costs, trenchless sewer camera inspections are faster, more cost-effective, and more accurate than traditional inspections methods.
If you’re buying a new home or want to ensure the life of the property you have, a sewer camera inspection can help secure the longevity of your investment. At Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Drain Service, we’re always happy to assist local CO homeowners with speed and professionalism. To have your sewer and drain pipes inspected by an experienced team of professionals, contact one of our associates.