Sewer Camera Inspection in Lake Elsinore, CA, and Nearby Areas
As a local family-owned–and–operated plumbing company, we are committed to serving our local Lake Elsinore community with quality sewer camera inspection in Lake Elsinore, CA, and surrounding areas. So if you are experiencing plumbing problems, contact our friendly and knowledgeable team at A.M. Plumbing & Rooter LLC. We offer sewer camera inspection services in these locations:
The Sewer Camera Inspection Process
A sewer camera inspection is one of the industry’s most commonly used services, and it allows our talented technicians to accurately diagnose problems within your Lake Elsinore sewer and drain pipes. When we arrive at your home or office, we can promptly locate a convenient access point, dig a small hole to reach your sewer and drain system, and carefully send our high-resolution camera into your pipes.
As the camera snakes through your sewer pipes, our technicians at ground level can watch real-time footage and use that information to determine the overall condition of your sewer and drain system. The footage can help us determine the age of your pipes and what materials they are made of. It can also help your plumber in Lake Elsinore, CA, and nearby areas pinpoint exact locations of clogs, cracks, breaks, and blockages. All of the data we gather from our detailed sewer camera inspection can help us better understand your specific problem and generate the most effective solution.
Signs You Need a Sewer Camera Inspection
A sewer camera inspection is an efficient, affordable, and effective way to diagnose problems within your Lake Elsinore sewer and drain system. We recommend routine sewer camera inspections as part of a larger maintenance program because inspecting your sewer pipes on a regular basis allows us to catch and repair minor problems before they grow into major issues. If you haven’t had a sewer camera inspection recently, you should consider scheduling a preventative visit. Or, if you notice any signs of sewer and drain system damage, you should schedule a camera inspection right away. Some of the common signs of sewer and drain system damage include:
- Foul odors. Strong sewage smells wafting through your home or office can indicate a crack in your sewer line. Left unrepaired, those smells can continue to destroy your air quality and that crack can develop into a bigger problem.
- Slow drains. Water draining slowly from your toilets, tubs, and sinks can indicate a blockage in your sewer line. If that blockage isn’t completely removed, you’ll continue to experience slowly draining water and could eventually see stagnant water and sewage backing up into your home or office.
- Sewage backups. Sewage backing up into your home or business can be caused by clogs in your sewer line. Without proper repair, that backup could promote the growth of hazardous mold and mildew, expose you to dangerous contaminants, and destroy your floors, walls, cabinets, and other property features.
FAQs on Sewer Camera Inspection Services
Q: What are the top benefits of sewer camera inspections?
A: For starters, sewer camera inspections are very accurate since the camera can be extended along the entire length of the sewer line. Additionally, you will no longer have to worry about excavation for exploratory purposes. This is also a cost-effective way for a plumber to find out what is going on in your sewer lines.
Q: Does there have to be a sewer-related problem to schedule an inspection?
A: Not at all! Sewer camera inspection can be done as part of a routine sewer maintenance plan. You are also welcome to schedule an inspection with A.M. Plumbing & Rooter when you are looking for clear documentation of the condition of sewer lines before you sell your home or buy a new one.
Q: How long does a sewer camera inspection take?
A: The amount of time involved will vary. However, it is common for sewer camera inspection work to be completed, on average, within 20-30 minutes. You will also be able to see the results for yourself so you'll know why we're making any follow-up recommendations that may be discussed.
Let Us Inspect Your Lake Elsinore Sewer and Drain System Today
If you suspect any sewer and drain system damage or if it’s been a while since your last sewer camera inspection, give our local team a call. We have the best combination of experience and equipment to inspect your sewer line and offer the affordable and effective solutions it needs.