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Sewerage Hatch

Video Sewer

So you notice that your drains aren’t working right and your water is coming out dirty? Or perhaps you know you have a sewer problem, but you don’t know quite where you need to dig. It might be time to have a look under the hood with a video sewer inspection.

What is a Video Sewer Inspection?

A video sewer inspection is a process in which a small camera is inserted into a sewer line to inspect its condition and identify any problems or damage. The camera is attached to a flexible cable and is guided through the sewer line by a technician. As the camera travels through the line, it sends real-time video footage to a monitor, allowing the technician to see the inside of the sewer line and identify any issues that may be present.

During the inspection, the technician will be able to see the sewer line's condition, including any cracks, leaks, clogs, or other damage. They can also identify any tree roots or other obstructions that may be causing problems with the sewer line.

Homeowners, municipalities, and businesses commonly use video sewer inspections to identify and diagnose sewer line issues before they become more severe and costly to repair. By detecting problems early, repairs can be made quickly and efficiently, reducing the risk of expensive damage to property or the environment.

What will a Video Sewer Inspection Show?

A video sewer inspection will show the condition of the sewer line and can identify a variety of issues, including:

  • Blockages: The camera can identify blockages in the sewer line caused by grease buildup, foreign objects, or roots that have penetrated the pipe.

  • Cracks and leaks: The camera can detect cracks and leaks in the sewer line caused by age, corrosion, or other factors.

  • Collapsed or damaged pipes: The camera can identify damaged or collapsed sections of the sewer line due to shifting soil, heavy traffic, or construction.

  • Misaligned or offset pipes: The camera can detect sections of the sewer line where the pipes have become misaligned or offset, causing leaks and blockages.

  • Tree root intrusion: The camera can identify areas where tree roots have penetrated the sewer line, causing blockages and damage.

  • Other issues: The camera can identify other problems affecting the sewer line, such as improper installation or grading, debris buildup, or corroded fittings.

Contact A Plus Plumbing For Your Next Video Sewer Inspection

We at A Plus Plumbing believe in working smarter, not harder. We employ video technology to be able to pinpoint the exact location of the problem in your sewer lines.


From there, we strategically create a personalized solution to fit your needs. We have the tools and equipment to work on your problem without costing you thousands of dollars. Work smart with A Plus Plumbing!


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