It is surprising how many home owners in existing homes and new home-buyers do not think about the necessity of a sewer line drain inspection. For older homes, these inspections are essential to identify issues such as tree root intrusions, cracks, separation, pipe collapses or defects. For home buyers, a drain inspection will help with the decision of whether to buy the home or not and how much to offer on the home.
Blocked drains occur for a number of different reasons, which can make it hard for you as a home owner to get to the root of the problem quickly. A drain inspection using a camera can help you quickly identify issues without having to test each possible cause one-by-one.
Drain camera inspections are quick and also accurate. There is no guesswork involved because the plumber can see your pipes first-hand through the camera footage and can tell you exactly what is wrong with it. This helps you and the plumber as it minimises the risk of the plumber making a misjudgement and creating further damage to your pipes. This saves you money in the long run.
The best part about these drain camera inspections is that they are non-invasive and can be used for a variety of different drain lengths and sizes.
Not sure whether you need a drain inspection or not? Well then, book an inspection with a professional plumber, because we can guarantee that the cost of inspecting your drain will be far cheaper than paying for your drain lines to be prepared once they’re more damaged.