Covina Sewer Video Inspections
Serving Homeowners, Buyers & Realtors in West Covina & the San Gabriel Valley
At Courtesy Plumbing, we use video inspections to thoroughly inspect sewer and drain systems. Whether you want your pipes checked because you are having a problem, purchasing a new home, or just want to know the condition of your plumbing system, we can help. We work with Covina homeowners, people buying existing homes, and real estate agents to identify potential problems and provide cost-effective solutions.
Using a Small Camera That We Insert inside Your Plumbing Pipes, Our Plumbers Are Able To:
- Eliminate the guesswork
- Locate what and where the problem is
- Give fast, efficient results
If you are having repeated problems with your drains, such as clogs, backups, or slow draining, a video inspection can quickly and accurately detect the source of the issue. However, even if there is no problem, people may choose to have sewer line video inspections in Covina.
If you are buying an older home and have concerns about the condition of the drains or sewer line, an inspection can set your mind at ease or inform you of a potential problem.
The development of video inspection equipment is among the greatest advances in modern plumbing technology. Using this piece of equipment eliminates the guesswork involved in troubleshooting drain and sewer line problems. We use this technology to evaluate the overall condition of sewer lines and detect a wide variety of problems.
Video Inspection Allows Us to Accurately Identify:
- Tree root intrusion
- Misaligned pipes
- Broken pipes
- Buildup inside the pipe
Our video drain inspection enables us to locate clogs and broken sewer lines. It can also electronically identify the depth and direction of where the line is running. This allows us to provide efficient and cost-effective repairs for our customers throughout Arcadia, Duarte, Rowland Heights, Montclair, La Puente, West Covina, Upland, and the entire San Gabriel Valley.
Frequently Asked Questions About Inspections
How long does a sewer camera inspection last?
The entire process typically takes between two and three hours. During this time, the technician will make note of any cracks, blockages, or other damage that could cause problems in the future.
Do I need to do anything to prepare for a sewer camera inspection?
Before the plumber arrives, there are a couple of things you can do to prepare. First, make sure that there is clear access to your sewer cleanout. This is typically located near the foundation of your home. (If you can’t find it, it may be out near the road). Next, clear any debris from around the cleanout so that the plumber can easily access it.
What is the most common issue a sewer camera inspection finds?
The most common issue that a sewer camera inspection finds is tree root infiltration. Tree roots can enter the sewer line through cracks or gaps in the pipe, and over time they can grow and cause significant blockages. In some cases, tree roots can even completely collapse a sewer line. Other common issues that can be found with a sewer camera inspection include grease build-up, calcite deposits, and broken or damaged pipes.
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Highly Trained Technicians
Our carefully hand-selected crew is perfect for any of your plumbing needs. We hold a high standard on work, ethics, and customer service because you and your home deserve the best.
Our experts are equipped with state of the art, top of the line tools and materials. Quality is always at the top of our list of things we care about so your home only receives the best work.