Video Camera Line Inspection Services
Look no further than Nationwide Plumbers the next time your business is in need of a knowledgeable, trustworthy plumber to handle a problem. No matter how minor or significant the issue might be, your Nationwide plumber will be able to take care of it using the knowledge and hands-on training acquired through years of experience in the field.
The first thing that your plumber will do when arriving on-site is assess the problem. One of the most efficient ways to do this is through performing a camera line inspection. A camera line inspection, also known as a sewer inspection, has become one of the most popular ways for plumbers to quickly and accurately determine the source of the problem in your pipes.
Basically, your plumber will feed a flexible, fiber optic cable through your pipe with a small, high-resolution waterproof camera attached to the end of it. It will have plenty of lights so the expert plumber can easily see what the root of the problem might be. During the entire journey of the cable through your pipes, the camera will transmit the live video feed to the camera operator (who can also save the video findings on a permanent record).
Here are a few of the things your Nationwide Plumbers plumber will be on the lookout for as he or she performs a camera line inspection on your commercial property:
Major damage to the pipes themselves
Whether a pipe is broken, collapsed or cracked, any major damage to your piping can be the cause of your latest plumbing problem. Maybe a shift in the ground that surrounds the pipe has offset the drain lines or the weight of the soil on top of a pipe has caused it to collapse. If the seals between the pipes have broken for some reason or have sprung a leak, there’s a good chance you’re dealing with the end result of such a problem.
A clog or blockage
Plumbing can build up clogs or blockages in a variety of ways. If a lot of bulky waste or debris is going down the plumbing system, odds are that you will experience some kind of blockage in the pipes. It can even be something as simple as a grease buildup that’s restricting the flow of water to your building (this is why you don’t dump grease down your drains!). It’s possible that the roots of a tree or another plant in the area have made their way into the sewer line, which can also restrict the flow of water, causing a major problem in your plumbing.
We have a locator, a special attachment that can measure and confirm the location of the pipe within the wall/floor to keep you from opening an excessive amount, which saves customers time and money.