When Do I Need a Drain Inspection?
With our video inspection technology, we can help you flag drainage damage before it starts giving you trouble. As soon as you observe any of the following, know that the time is right for a video inspection for your drains:
Slow drainage – If water is taking too long to drain out, there might be a clog somewhere. You might try to unclog the drains with drain cleaners. But if the drainage remains slow, scheduling a video inspection is a good idea.
Smelly drains – If you can sniff the sewer in your kitchen or bathroom, it might be a pipe blockage or leak. If a bad odour persists beyond a couple of days, you should look to call a plumber for a video inspection of your troublesome drain.
Inline video inspections are extremely helpful prior to the purchase of a new home or when renovating a home. It helps you identify any existing issues before commitment or before you start any construction. This simple and fast process can save you time, money and frustration down the road. For prospective buyers, you’ll want to make sure your future new home has solid infrastructure before you buy it. Remember, water and sewer lines that connect a home to the municipal water system are the responsibility of homeowners. If you are considering a renovation, you may benefit from getting the assurance that your existing lines are clear and can support greater quantities of wastewater.