San Diego Sewer Line Inspection
To ensure your sewer line is working optimally, call today for expert sewer line inspection.
The older a home gets, the more susceptible it is to having plumbing issues. The long service life of older plumbing technology has the tendency to give owners of older homes a false sense of security. Your sewer lines are one of those problem areas. Because they run out of sight, they can fall into disrepair quickly. Finding the source of the problem can also be a challenge without the right tools. At Point Loma Electric and Plumbing, we use sewer drain camera inspections to accurately locate and assess any problem areas.
Once your sewer line issue is located, use our trenchless sewer repair service to get a fix without worrying about any excess damage to your landscaping or home.
What Is Sewer Line Video Inspection?
When it comes to sewer line repairs, we use the latest method of diagnosing issues – sewer line video inspection. During a sewer line video inspection, a technician inserts a camera into your sewer line. The camera is on a long, flexible reel that can be fed into the sewer pipe. Because these lines are flexible, they can easily move within the curves of your plumbing without causing any damage in the process.
The view from the camera is displayed on a monitor that can be inspected in real-time by the operator. By seeing the inside of your sewer line, the plumber can see exactly what the issues are and can make recommendations to repair them. It also allows us to find the exact location of the issue, limiting any need for excavation or damage to your home.
Why Perform Sewer Line Inspection?
Sewer line video inspection is so effective because it is non-invasive. In the past, plumbers had to make guesses about what caused problems in sewers. As a result, plumbers would have to dig up large portions of a customer’s property to locate potential issues. The damage from digging would result in the destruction of the landscape and in many cases did not effectively fix the issue.
By having our professionals perform a camera inspection, you can enjoy plenty of benefits, including:
- Longer-Lasting Results: By addressing the root cause of your sewer line concerns, you can enjoy a long-term fix. Whether that’s slow drainage or foul odors, it will be one less thing to worry about.
- Competitive Pricing: Excavation and materials are generally the most expensive parts of a sewer repair. By limiting any unnecessary digging and damage, you can enjoy a more competitively priced service.
- More Comprehensive Service: During a sewer line video inspection, our plumbers take the time to inspect all the surrounding plumbing and connections as well. Not only does this ensure a fix to your main issue, but also gives you a baseline assessment of the health of your plumbing system.
At Point Loma Electric and Plumbing, we can get to work making repairs in a minimally invasive way. This is especially important in older homes that have mature landscapes that shouldn’t be disturbed or if the property is not accessible by excavating machinery.
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Reliable Sewer Video Inspection Services
At Point Loma Electric and Plumbing, we take pride in working on older homes. As a home ages, it becomes necessary to update certain features, especially the plumbing. Working with our passionate professionals, you can be sure that your home is in the best hands. By performing a sewer video camera inspection, we can give you the peace of mind that your sewer line is made of the correct materials and functioning properly to give you decades of reliable service. If we find an issue, we will offer you a variety of choices and even financing options to take away the hassle of having sewer repairs performed.
Point Loma Electric and Plumbing has been working on homes in the San Diego area since 1988. Call (619) 224-0672 to learn more about our sewer video inspections, and limit any unneeded excavation and home damage.