Redding Sewer Camera Inspections
Providing Precision Driven Care
Are you having a hard time locating or fully understanding your sewer line issue? If so, a sewer video inspection might contain the answers you are looking for. Because many sewer solutions involve digging in your yard, knowing exactly where the problem is on the sewer line is crucial to minimizing damage. A camera inspection is a relatively small cost for potentially massive savings.
Don’t start digging before you know what you are looking for! Call (530) 475-6687 to speak to an experienced Redding plumber.
How Does it Work?
In the past, a large amount of guesswork was involved with sewer line repairs. Often it came down to simply digging the entire length of the line in order to have full visibility and accessibility. Camera inspections changed this and have allowed for a far less invasive approach.
With the close-up and detailed images provided by the camera, some cases are as straightforward as locating and clearing a simple block with no digging necessary. However, even when digging is inevitable, the camera radically reduces the general intrusiveness of the process. Our Redding plumber stops the camera at the blockage and uses a transmitter to mark the exact location of the issue. Then, a spot trench can be dug instead of a long, yard-wide ditch.
When Is a Camera Inspection Necessary?
A camera inspection can be used as a preparatory measure, such as to ensure a sewer line is able to handle the increased water demand of a bathroom or kitchen remodel. Cameras have also been used to locate lost jewelry or other valuables that get dropped down a drain.
Camera inspections are most helpful when the plumbing issue cannot be solved with:
- Liquid drain cleaners
- Drain augers
Say No to Guesswork
Our Redding plumbing company is committed to providing an accurate diagnosis and offering an effective solution to your plumbing problems. Camera inspections have become an invaluable tool in this process.
For assistance making an informed decision, reach us online or by calling (530) 475-6687.