Camera inspections are a quick and easy way to determine the health of your septic system and detect potential issues before they turn into expensive repairs.
Signs of a clogged septic system include:
Camera inspections use a small waterproof video camera mounted on the end of a flexible cable. This camera snake is inserted into the building's sewage system or drain line and pushed through to do a visual inspection of your plumbing. Sewer cameras can be used in underground pipes as well as pipes encased in concrete, located behind walls, or beneath a building. As long as there is cleanout access to a pipe, a sewer camera can be used to inspect the pipeline. If the home or building does not have cleanout access, our septic technicians can pull out and reset a toilet within the building in order to gain access to your system.
The sewer camera allows our technicians to see exactly what is causing a plumbing blockage in your lines. Most of the time, this can be a variety of materials such as baby wipes, toilet paper, or a build-up of fat and grease. If a blockage is present, we can use hydro-jetting to break up the debris and make your lines flow again.
Contact us today to learn more, or to schedule a sewer camera inspection with a member of our experienced team. As a local, family-owned septic company with over 30 years of experience, we are trusted by thousands of home and business owners throughout Merced County, Stanislaus County, and San Joaquin County.
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