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Problems with a sewer line can result in huge water damage and stress over time. So, it would be better to identify and fix sewer line’s problems at early stages. There are two main reasons to inspect a sewer line:

  1. Problems are identified during a sewer line inspection;
  2. Problems are fixed and this helps prevent the emergency situation.

Initially, the condition of a sewer line is assessed by a sewer line inspection company. If any problems have been found, they need to be fixed as soon as possible. Sewer line inspections are a part of a regular sewer line maintenance program.

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Our professionals will check your sewer line for various issues and investigate their causes. There are different types of problems with a sewer line. These include:

  • Cracks
  • Breaks
  • Deterioration
  • Root intrusion
  • Ground shifting

During an inspection, we’ll check your sewer line for all possible issues. If we find that something is wrong with a sewer line, then we’ll advise you upon an appropriate solution. Follow our expert advice to fix all issues and increase the efficiency of a sewer line.

What is a Sewer Line Inspection Process?

The sewer line inspection process consists of the following stages:
Step 1. Initially, inspectors need to find an entry point for a camera. Traditionally, a camera is put into a sewer line through a toilet.
Step 2. When an entry point is found, a camera is put into a sewer line, inspection is conducted and the video is created. A camera can be successfully used to identify different types of problems in a sewer line.
Step 3. Additionally, inspectors have to find out how the sewer line and the public or private sewer are connected to each other.
Step 4. Various problems can be identified during an inspection. Specialists will analyze your situation carefully and give you recommendations on how to increase the efficiency of a sewer line. They will also do an estimate and provide you with the information on repair costs.
Step 5. All the necessary repairs are performed and problems are fixed.

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Homeowners choose to get their sewer line inspected by the 411 Sewer Line Expert for various reasons. We provide our clients with a number of significant competitive advantages. Our top benefits include:

    • A sewer video inspection allows homeowners to avoid costly repairs. The reality is, pipes wear out over the time. Pipes can be also damaged by the growing roots. That’s why a sewer line requires the regular attention. The sooner you identify the problems with a sewer line and fix them – the better!
    • Inspections help prevent emergency situations. A sewer line may have hidden problems. You’ll be able to identify these problems if you choose to get a sewer line inspection. During an inspection, all these hidden issues are identified. Finally, you need to take all the necessary actions and fix the problems.
    • It’s also important to note that the 411 Sewer Line Expert is a professional team of sewer line inspectors. Our professionals have all the necessary knowledge, experience as well as skills to conduct sewer line inspections.
    • At 411 Sewer Line Expert, we have the modern camera for pipes inspection and other necessary equipment to conduct inspections. Experts use the most innovative diagnostic equipment that allows them to achieve the best possible results in their work.
    • If any problems are found during an inspection, our experts would be happy to help you with repairs and replacements as well.
    • At 411 Sewer Line Expert, we aim to provide our clients with cost-effective solutions for all their needs.
    • We provide our customers with cost estimates. So, you’ll know the sewer line inspection cost in advance.

Is a sewer inspection necessary? A lot of homeowners want to get the answer to this question today. Of course, it’s necessary. You have to conduct an inspection once per year if your sewer line is less than 10 years old or once every six months if sewer line is older than 10 years.