Protect Your Home With A Sewer Scope Inspection
Sewer Scope Inspection
Here Is What We Check For:
Is A Sewer Scope Inspection Worth It? Is The Health And Safety Of Your Family Worth It?
The answer is YES. To give you an idea, the typical cost of replacing the sewer drains inside a house can range widely from $3,000 to $30,000! This can be due to location, size, and type of replacement. For example, if the drains beneath the home are deteriorating, it may be necessary to tear out the floor to reach them.
Overall, the cost of replacing your sewer drains or sewer lines far outweighs the cost of the sewer scope inspection.
What is a Sewer Scope Inspection? And Why Does It Matter?
A sewer scope inspection is a detailed examination of the sewer line leading from the house to the city sewer or a septic tank. It’s conducted using a specialized camera inserted into the sewer line through the cleanout – an access point in your plumbing system. The camera’s video feed is then watched to identify any issues within the sewer line.
Issues We've Found During Our Sewer Scope Inspections
A sewer scope inspection is critical to home maintenance and real estate transactions. It allows homeowners to detect and address sewer line issues early, saving money, preserving property value, and ensuring a healthy living environment.
Schedule your sewer scope inspection today so you’ll know the condition of your home’s plumbing system. Your home—and your wallet—will thank you.