Sewer Camera Inspections in Chicago
Rooter Flush performs sewer camera inspections in Chicago. A sewer camera inspection or sewer video inspection is often done prior to sewer line repair and before purchasing a home. Our sewer video inspection service area extends from Chicagoland to the Chicago suburbs.
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Sewer Video Inspection Before Sewer Repairs and Home Purchases
In order to know whether or not trenchless sewer repair techniques can be used in place of traditional sewer repair methods, our skilled technicians must first conduct a sewer camera inspection. This is done in order to determine the exact cause and location of the problem. Any sewer line problem can be diagnosed using a sewer camera inspection.
It’s important for potential homebuyers to request a sewer camera inspection before committing to a new home purchase. No matter how well-maintained a house may appear to be, it is impossible for homebuyers to know the condition of the sewer line without conducting an inspection.
How A Sewer Camera / Video Inspection is Done
The inspection is conducted using a small, specialized video camera attached to a long cable. The camera and cable are pushed through the sewer pipe, recording footage that shows the pipe’s condition from beginning to end. The resulting footage is displayed on a heavy-duty video display monitor, allowing us to accurately diagnose the problem. Sewer inspections using a video camera can be done in 30 to 60 minutes.
Like all of the other sewer repair services we provide here at Rooter Flush, we use state-of-the-art equipment when conducting sewer camera inspections. We also charge very affordable rates and get the job done fast. A small amount of time and money is all it takes to avoid the potential of an unexpected sewer repair bill.
The image below shows a video display of the inside of a sewer line. The sewer inspection video is saved and provided to the customer.
How Sewer Video Inspection Works
A sewer camera inspection (CCTV sewer inspection or sewer video inspection) sends a small video camera through the sewer pipe. A video of the entire sewer pipe line is created. This video will show the condition of the sewer line and record the exact location of any problems.
Get a Video Showing Your Sewer Line’s Condition
Rooter Flush are experts in sewer camera inspections. We provide a video showing the exact condtion of your sewer line on Chicago’s South Side. Sewer camer inspections are a great idea before making a home purchase. Also call Rooter Flush for grease trap cleaning, sewer rodding, sewer repair and hydro jetting.
A sewer inspection will show the pipe’s condition from beginning to end. The video equipment for sewer inspection consists of a heavy duty video display monitor, video and camera controls and a long cable with a specialized camera attached. Please call if you need a Chicago sewer camera inspection.
We use state of the art sewer line video inspection equipment designed for inspecting sewer lines and drains.
Reasons to Get a Sewer Inspection
- Get the exact location and type of problem before doing any work.
- Check for expensive sewer issues before buying a home.
- Uncover minor problems before major repair is needed.
- A sewer line inspection can diagnose problems and pinpoint their location
- A video inspection will show sewer pipe condition before and after repairs or treatments like jetting.
Sewer Camera Inspection for Chicago Homebuyers
Sewer inspections for home buyers are becoming popular. Home buyer sewer line inspections produce a video copy showing the condition of the sewer pipe. A sewer video inspection prior to purchasing a home can save potential buyers money by revealing the need for expensive repairs.
You shouldn’t only have a sewer camera inspection done once problems start to arise. Inspections should also be done during the process of buying a new house. A simple sewer camera inspection can protect homebuyers from unforeseen sewer-related problems occurring down the road.
Average Cost of a Sewer Line Camera Inspection
According to Forbes Home, you can expect to pay about $280 for a basic sewer camera inspection, with an average price range of $125 to $500. Lowest inspection costs are close to $70, while the maximum price point is closer to $900.
Before buying a home in the Chicago area, ask us about sewer camera inspections. We are experienced experts who provide sewer inspections at a reasonable cost with flat fee pricing.
A sewer line inspection can reveal the need for expensive sewer repair.Our sewer inspections include a detailed report of the sewer line’s condition as well as a video taken during the inspection. We provide you with a copy of the video that with show the exact condition of the entire sewer pipe.
We also offer sewer line video inspections for customers who are buying a home and want to check the condition of the main sewer line. A video inspection will produce visible evidence of any sewer line issues. Sewer inspections can help prospective home buyers avoid expensive sewer repair costs.
Getting a sewer inspection before buying a home is highly recommended.
Smart home buyers are requesting sewer inspections prior to committing to a new home purchase. Inspecting the sewer line before buying a home can help avoid expensive sewer repairs.
We perform sewer camera inspections in Chicago and the surrounding areas.
What a Sewer Inspection May Find
If you suspect sewer line damage or blockage, a sewer line inspection may find tree root intrusion, foreign objects (sometimes flushed down the toilet by children), many types of blockages or buildup that may become a problem if the sewer line is not maintained.
Schedule a Sewer Line Inspection Today
Rooter Flush has years of experience doing sewer video inspections and video inspection of drains. Sewer inspections are very affordable and can be done fairly quickly. A small investment of time and money can afford the pain of an unexpected sewer repair bill.