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Residents of the Elk Grove Village, IL area tend to have a lot of questions about what can be done to save their pipes. Many times, these pipes are in accessible because they are underground or in hard-to-reach areas. Locating the problem is a big pain in itself as pipes need to be dug up for proper inspection. However, we at Elk Grove Village Sewer and Plumbing have made use of new technology in video pipe inspections. These allow us to feed a camera through a piping system to pinpoint a problem without digging. Trust us to handle all of your Elk Grove Village video camera line services today!
What plumbing problems do video pipe inspections solve?
A video pipe inspection can be beneficial in discovering what kind of problem you are facing and where in your plumbing system it is located it is located. This type of inspection works for all types of plumbing problems that would normally require digging up piping to find the problem. This includes leaking pipes, broken pipes, crushed pipes, sources of clogs like tree roots, and sewer line problems.
What are the advantages of this service?
The biggest advantage of video pipe inspections is the a voidance of digging up pipes. This type of excavation is common for sewer line problems. Formerly, a plumber had to dig through the ground to get to the pipe before even locating the problem. This could continue all along the pipe until the problem is located. Land scaping, driveways, sidewalks, and lawns are all destroyed in the process. With a video pipe inspection, the plumber can instead feed a camera through the pipe to pinpoint its exact location. To resolve the problem, the pipe may still have to be dug up, but it will only be a small portion rather than the entire line.
The function of the video inspection should be appreciated, as well. This advance in plumbing technology saves both the plumber and the homeowner hours of time. Piping problems can be discovered and resolved much more quickly with this method. We all know how frustrating it can be to work at the same problem for hours and not see any results. Video inspection allows us to bypass those extra hours and go straight to the source.
Similarly, the homeowner can expect to save money on the project as less labor and extensive repair are required through video pipe inspection. While the use of high technology does tend to cost a few more dollars, the resident will save a lot of money over the course of the project. They will also likely appreciate being able to bypass that call to the landscaper for repairs from pipe excavation.