The vast majority of your plumbing system is out of sight, either behind walls or under flooring. Because of this, it can be a challenge to properly diagnose issues like leaks and clogs without damaging sections of your home in the process. Luckily, there is a newer solution that can help with these repairs - sewer camera inspection services. At HomePro Plumbing, we are your trusted Minneapolis-St. Paul sewer line inspection company. Our plumbers use the latest technology, like plumbing cameras, to accurately locate repair issues and ensure a long-term solution for your plumbing needs.
Routine drain cleaning is the best way to keep your sewer lines flowing. Be sure to work with our technician to determine the best schedule for your home.
How Do Sewer Drain Cameras Work?
Sewer video cameras are not overly complex, they’re essentially a small camera that’s attached to a flexible line that can be fed throughout your plumbing system. They’re attached to a monitor that plumbers use to look for problem areas and damage.
When you call to schedule sewer camera inspection services for your Twin Cities Metro area home, our technicians will start by asking where the problems have been occurring. Our technicians will either feed the camera through the main sewer line or through problem drains in your home.
As they complete the inspection, they will offer a detailed report outlining the type of damage and the location to help you find the ideal repair solution.
Benefits of Sewer & Drain Video Inspections
Whether it’s a sewer line clog or a water leak somewhere in your plumbing, a sewer drain camera inspection is always the best starting point. Some of the perks of this service include:
- Accurate Inspections: Out of sight, out of mind. This is often the way homeowners deal with plumbing repairs. However, with sewer line video inspections, those out of sight issues can be found accurately. This helps our plumbers assess the type of damage and location for a long-lasting repair.
- Safe on Pipes: Plumbing cameras are flexible and safe on your plumbing. They easily flex with every turn of your pipes, so they can go deep into your system without putting any strain on already weakened plumbing.
- Simpler Repairs: Fixing a sewer line can sometimes require excavation or damage to flooring and drywall. By finding the exact location of a clog or damage, you will be able to schedule a simpler repair with less damage to your home.
Whether you’ve been dealing with slow drainage, a clog, or water leaks around your home, a sewer drain video inspection is the best way to assess the damage. Our plumbers always provide detailed information and will help you plan your next steps to restore your sewer lines to proper functionality.
Old pipes are a common cause of damage. If your Minneapolis-St. Paul home is on the older side, be sure to ask our technicians about whole-home repiping services.
Our Experts Can Help!
Serving the greater Twin Cities area for years, our plumbing experts offer reliable and thoughtful care. All our technicians are licensed, trained, and background checked, so you can rest assured you’re letting a trusted plumber into your home. We use the latest technology to find a long-term fix for your plumbing needs. Our sewer line video inspection can help assess the health of your pipes, location of damage, and ensure a long-term solution that will keep wastewater flowing away from your home!