Learn About Video Camera Inspections
Septic and plumbing solutions continue to get better and cheaper. New technologies can now save technicians and customers a lot of valuable time and money. This includes video technology that is used to see underground and inside your drain lines without the hassle of digging. What was once impossible without excavation is now easy thanks to special cameras designed to maneuver through your pipes.
How Does It Work?
Your drain lines are buried underground, and it used to be a big pain to see what was going on down there. Well, that is no longer the case with the development of septic video cameras. Special cameras designed to travel through plumbing can quickly “see” the inside of your pipes and can go to great lengths to find trouble spots. Technicians simply set up the camera and feed it into your drain until they find the problem. They then analyze the video to pinpoint the location and identify the source of any obstructions.
Great For Inspections
The cameras not only spot things that are clogging your drains, they also find red flags that could lead to bigger problems. These include unexpected leaks, line breaks, water damage and rust spots that could cause future issues. This makes camera inspections a great preventative maintenance tool. They are also great for finding lost valuables like jewelry or other small objects that accidentally fall down the drain or get flushed down toilets.
No More Digging
Video cameras have truly been a game changer in the septic field. Their ability to see what’s going on underground helps us identify current problems as well as find unforeseen issues. This makes them a valuable instrument for our techs and customers. In addition, EarthCare offers trenchless pipelining technologies to repair damaged pipes. Now, there is no reason to excavate your drain field to repair breaks in your lines. Your yard and landscaping can stay intact, thus saving you those expenses. To learn more or to set up a camera inspection, Contact EarthCare Today or Request Service Now.