Sewer Line Video Camera Diagnosis

At Viking Plumbing, we are committed to resolving your plumbing issues in the quickest, least disruptive, and most cost-efficient manner possible. To accomplish this, we make use of video camera diagnosis to examine your sewer line from the inside, allowing us to spot cracks, holes, blockages, and other problems, without the expense of excavating the pipe. Often, a pipe that appears to be damaged may simply have a clog of hair, roots, toilet paper, or even an item that has been accidentally flushed. These can be grabbed and pulled out cheaply by a cabling machine.

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Whether you have a clogged pipe no one else can seem to fix, a burst pipe, or plumbing that needs a closer look, Viking Plumbing is here to give you the best service possible. Fill out the form below or give us a call today to get a quote.

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Locating Damaged Segments of Pipes and Sewer Lines for Minimal Disruption

In addition to inspecting a sewer line for problems, our camera also allows us to locate a damaged section of pipe on your property via radio triangulation. Not only does this allow us to excavate and repair the problem without damaging the surrounding area, but it also tells us in advance how deep the hole must be! This saves you money and reduces the mess caused by the excavation. The ability to inspect the overall condition of a line without digging it up also means that repairs can be made much more quickly and reliably.

Sewer Line Maintenance

A sewer camera can also be used to inspect a sewer line that is currently functioning normally. If you are a forward-thinking homeowner or business owner, having your sewer system inspected on a regular basis is an excellent way to avoid expensive repairs. Having your sewer line or septic tank inspected is a quick, inexpensive, and very reliable procedure.

An old, rusty pipe with a section replaced.
An old, rusty pipe with a section replaced.

Sewer Line Maintenance

A sewer camera can also be used to inspect a sewer line that is currently functioning normally. If you are a forward-thinking homeowner or business owner, having your sewer system inspected on a regular basis is an excellent way to avoid expensive repairs. Having your sewer line or septic tank inspected is a quick, inexpensive, and very reliable procedure.

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 An Affordable Inspection Method that Works For Home Buyers, Remodelers, and Realtors

If you are planning to purchase a new home or other property, video camera diagnosis is an excellent way to ensure that the sewer line has been properly maintained and is in good condition. Pipes that have been neglected or improperly installed can turn into an expensive mess later if not caught in time. It is a prudent move to make sure that all pipes are in good condition before proceeding with such an important purchase.

If you are planning to add a new addition to your property (particularly if it includes a new bathroom), a video camera diagnosis may be used to ensure that the existing line will be able to handle the additional flow from new fixtures. A kitchen remodel may also require video inspection if the water requirements have increased significantly.

If you are in the process of selling a home, a sewer line video diagnosis is an excellent way to reassure the buyer of your good faith and the quality of your property. We can even record the inspection on an SD card so that you can show the potential seller exactly what they are buying.

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Other Uses for the Camera Diagnostics

Our cameras can also be used to find and retrieve an item that has been lost down a drain. Not only is this a convenient way of retrieving a valuable object, but it can also prevent the item from collecting other build-up over time and growing into an obstruction.

In conjunction with our high-pressure Hydro Jetter, the sewer camera can also be used to observe the jetting process in real-time, allowing the technician to ensure that blockages are completely gone before proceeding. This results in superior cleaning and prevents wasted time and water.

A dripping sink faucet
A dripping sink faucet

Other Uses for the Camera Diagnostics

Our cameras can also be used to find and retrieve an item that has been lost down a drain. Not only is this a convenient way of retrieving a valuable object, but it can also prevent the item from collecting other build-up over time and growing into an obstruction.

In conjunction with our high-pressure Hydro Jetter, the sewer camera can also be used to observe the jetting process in real-time, allowing the technician to ensure that blockages are completely gone before proceeding. This results in superior cleaning and prevents wasted time and water.

Black faucet spraying out water

Using Technology to Save Our Customers Money

If your house is older than 20 years, the sewer line ought to be inspected at least once every 5 years. This will ensure that a problem is not developing that could be much more expensive and messy to deal with later. For instance: a relatively small and inconsequential leak can be very attractive to a tree’s roots, which in turn will widen the hole and invade the pipe, creating a larger leak and a blockage that can be very difficult to clear.

If your sewer line has not been inspected recently, we strongly recommend that you call Viking Plumbing today to schedule a Sewer Line Video Camera Diagnosis. The process is quick, painless, and generally costs between $149 and $269. It is an excellent way to prevent expensive repairs at a reasonable price.

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At Viking Plumbing our professional approach is simple, quality work at a fair price. We take the time to listen to your plumbing needs and then give you a fair and accurate work estimate.

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