Every day, a number of Monrovia homeowners face minor to serious sewer issues just as inevitable as it can be anywhere else. Major underground piping problems are quite hard to diagnose, such that even professionals are challenged to accurately determine the root cause of customers’ concerns. Digging was basically the only way to find out what’s going on within a sewer system, which meant toppling off lovely landscape views and unearthing gardens into messy piles of dirt. This was before the emergence of the trenchless method, the most effective and efficient way to fix sewer drain problems for good.
Sewer and Pipe Camera Inspections
To haul the ground and see the pipes with your own eyes seems like the ideal solution that can pinpoint the problem exactly where it lies, but camera inspections can yield the same results, if not better and more precise with the use of advanced technology. You are guaranteed to get accurate results without ever having to dig, which would only damage surrounding areas and structures.
Trenchless processes involve the use of small equipment like micro-video cameras to perform initial checks. A pipe camera inspection is the first step taken to diagnose a plumbing problem and any underlying issue. The non-destructive testing method works even if pipes are beneath your home’ foundation or embedded in cement.
Video technology in sewer pipe cameras revolutionizes plumbing inspections as a state-of-the-art method of getting a clear picture of an entire property’s drain lines. You can even zoom in on issues and have a closer look on things which might be undetected during a manual inspection.
Plumbing contractors gain the advantage of this strategic bird’s eye view that can cover the entirety of a piping system. A sewer camera inspection allows them to spot problem areas, then quickly and accurately diagnose issues in the all-important sewer line towards implementing the best possible solution.
How A Camera Inspection Works
A sewer and pipe camera inspection performed by experts follows through on:
-Locating an access point for running a video line into the home’s sewer line or down the branch lines.
-Checking out an underground sewer line. A specialist stays above ground while inspecting the line interiors over a monitor.
-A high-resolution color cam is clipped onto a firm fiber-optic cable and infra-red light provides the plumber an accurate picture.
-Getting an accurate view of sewage pipes in detail to attain a complete understanding of the overall pipe condition.
Sewer pipeline inspections tell the plumber exactly where root problems are located. Without a camera, technicians would have to rely on estimations. In the past, plumbers had to make their best guess where the line damage or pipe obstruction was. Imagine how they would dig up one area, trying out their luck and hoping for the best.
A regular sewer or drain camera inspection is a crucial part of on-going maintenance schedules in Monrovia properties. Cameras help detect obstructions and defects such as tree roots, broken tiles, pipe sagging, cracks, grease buildup, and more. Data, including depth and physical location, is recorded by the attached radio transmitter to unravel where the problem really is, and leave out any guesswork.