Running water and indoor plumbing make modern life possible. It’s difficult to imagine life if we still had to use outhouses or carry water from the well or river to wash the dishes. Today, we can wash the dishes in the comfort of our own kitchens, and our bathrooms are warm and protected. However, problems can still develop with our plumbing systems. A sewer camera can help pinpoint problems.
A sewer camera is exactly what it sounds like –– a camera designed to peer into your home’s sewer line and spot issues that might be causing backups, leaks, foul odors, and other problems.
Sewer cameras take many forms, but they all share some similarities.
Sewer cameras can be used almost anywhere. They can be used to explore blockages in drains and lines under the house. They can move through pipes in the floors and walls. They can also be used to explore sewer lines that run from the house to the main line at the road.
Sewer cameras are simple, effective tools for identifying problems in inaccessible areas. These can include:
As you can see, sewer cameras offer the chance to conduct quick, accurate inspections that avoid hours of digging or tearing apart your home to locate the source of a leak or blockage. It’s never been easier to identify a plumbing problem and apply the right repair accurately. Contact Elk Sewer Village Sewer & Plumbing if you have any questions!
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