Your sewer line is one of the most critical elements of your plumbing system that you cannot see. Persistent sewer line problems point to a deeper issue that needs to be discovered. If that’s the case with your drains and sewer system, scheduling a sewer video inspection is the best solution.
At Charles Krull & Son, Inc. Plumbing & Heating, we utilize camera inspection to take a comprehensive video of your pipes. That helps us get to the bottom of the issue and provide a sustainable solution. We’re proud to offer our services in and around Malverne, NY.
If you’ve tried everything, but your sewer line keeps clogging, call our drain inspection team to establish what’s going on.
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What Exactly Is Sewer Video Inspection?
A sewer line inspection is a high-quality camera inspection of your property’s sewer lines. We conduct it by running a specialized camera down the line from your premises to the city sewer connection or septic system. The high-resolution camera allows us to record video, which will show if the line needs repair, replacement, maintenance, or is in good working condition.
Common Signs You Need a Sewer Line Inspection
If you’re unsure whether or not you need a sewer line inspection, here are common signs it may be time.
- Multiple clogged drains or repeated clogs
- Consistently slow drains
- Gurgling sounds coming from your pipes
- Sewage backup and blockage
- Septic tank overflow in the yard
- Foul odors
Just remember to look out for the signs above, and don’t hesitate to call our Malverne sewer line inspection pros for help.
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How Often Should You Have Your Sewer Line Inspected?
Every appliance in your home or commercial premises that produces wastewater depends on your sewer line to remove it from your property. Meanwhile, there’s no shortage of things that can cause sewer back-ups, such as grease buildup, damaged pipes, tree roots or even soil movement.
Because you can’t see your sewer pipes, it can be difficult to know there’s a problem until it’s too late. That’s why it’s advisable to schedule a sewer line inspection every 18-24 months or once you notice persistent signs of a problem.