Many of us face water blockage or leakages in the pipelines. We try our hardest to find the reason for it. We also try our homemade solutions by pouring vinegar and hot water and many other ways. But, at the end, we end up calling a plumber and he uses his special and easy technique of video pipe inspection.
Now what is this video pipe inspection?
This video pipe inspection allows visual inspection of underground sewer line and other piping to assess the condition of the pipe. There is a specially designed fiber optic cable and high-resolution video camera on its tip is injected into the pipe for the inspection. The cable is pushed into the pipe and the waterproof camera that is equipped with higher lights, record its tour and findings. All these images are then transmitted to the camera operator. Expert plumber will then see the video and images to diagnose the problem. This will further help the plumber to function solution to the problem. Moreover, this video can be saved permanently.
Why you should opt for video pipe inspection?
More than 90% of the pipes of our house are below the viewpoint. It becomes difficult to see into it and assess the issue. However, it gives a beautiful look to your house. But when these pipes have some issues like leakage or blockage it becomes difficult to determine them. Video pipe inspection, inspection can ease this crucial task.
Even if your plumbing system goes well call the general plumbing services every year and get video pipe inspection done, to make sure that there are no dangers in futures. These videos can help you determine the following problems.
* Collapsed, cracked and broken pipes
* Offset pipes
* Blockages and possible leakages
* Root intersections
* Off-grade pipes
Well, there are many advantages of hiring a plumber and getting the pipes video inspected. A one time investment in a year can help you save from money as well as headache of plumbing issues. Don’t wait for the time when your basement will be flooded and sewer line of the house would be blocked. As we say prevention is always better than cure.