The cost of repairing a sewer pipe can easily get expensive
Northern Virginia – DC – Southern Maryland
Whether you are an homeowner, purchasing, or selling, a sewer line is often one of the most costly things to repair in a home. Your septic system is very important to your property, you want to do everything possible to make sure it operates efficiently. A sewer scope camera inspection can help you avoid investing in a home that has serious issues with the sewer/septic system. Give us a call today and let us know how we can help you!
When you notice a nasty odor or water isn’t draining as fast as it used to, including your toilet, it’s time for a sewer inspection. A sewer scope camera is a valuable tool to help determine if there’s major problems with your home’s sewer system. Your home inspector will provide a report with pictures indicating the results and recommendations for you to take. Please schedule an appointment now.
One of the most often-overlooked inspection services that we offer when purchasing a home is a sewer scope camera inspection. This is potentially disastrous because this inspection can reveal damage to the pipes, blockages, and other structural issues. The inspection takes approximately one hour. We use a snake-like cable with a high-resolution video camera attached to examine the home’s main sewer line. Giving us a completely clear view of what is going on in your pipes. Our cutting-edge technology includes 3D Camera Scanning, Drone Photography, and much more. This set of advanced tools give our experts the ability to see inside your walls like an X-RAY to detect hidden problems like moisture, foundation cracks, missing insulation, and electrical malfunctions. This level of care gives our customers the advantage in any situation. These are issues a traditional visual inspection will probably miss. Contact X-RAY Home Inspections today to request our services.
A sewer scope camera inspection can save you quite a bit of money and give you peace of mind. Mitigating the risk of spending lots of money down the road. In conclusion, it’s a good idea to have your sewer / drainage inspected if you’ve never had them inspected before.