Long Island Video Camera Sewer Inspection
Non-Invasive Sewer Line Assessment in Suffolk County
Before the development of video camera inspection equipment, plumbers had to make an educated guess about the location of sewer line problems and dig up the yard until they found the area where the line was damaged. You won’t have to go through that when you call Mangano Plumbing, Sewer & Drain. We offer video camera sewer inspection on Long Island to accurately find and diagnose problems.
If you think there is a problem with your Suffolk County sewer line, call (631) 305-4405 to schedule a video camera inspection.
Locating Sewer Line Problems
Sewer line problems are easier to detect with the use of a video camera. This is a non-invasive way to locate problems in the sewer or evaluate the overall condition of the pipe. Some of the most common reasons for scheduling this service include preventing plumbing disasters or making sure the sewer line is in good condition before purchasing a home. The sewer line is not included in a general home inspection, but we can help.
Common uses of video camera inspections include:
- Locating blockages in the sewer line
- Finding cracks or breaks in the line
- Identifying areas where tree roots have grown
- Determining the best way to repair the problem
We understand that sewer line problems can be stressful, and we work diligently to accurately diagnose the problem with your sewer line. Based on the results of the video camera inspection, our Suffolk County plumbers will fully explain our findings and discuss with you the necessary work to restore the line.
How Video Camera Inspection Works
Video camera inspection allows our technicians to look inside the sewer line. The camera is attached to a scope, which we feed into a drain and then into the sewer line. A transmitter sends an image from the camera to a handheld device, which enables our technicians to view the inside of the sewer line and find the blockage or damage point. The information gathered during the inspection allows us to determine the most effective way to address the problem.
Please contact us at (631) 305-4405 to schedule an inspection of your sewer line.