Sewer Camera Inspection
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Plumbing Video Inspection by Anywhere Rooter allows for a visual inspection in real-time of underground plumbing pipes and drains to see possible problems inside them because you can’t fix what you can’t see.
This special pipe video camera allows us to perform more detailed visual inspections of your plumbing lines in even harder-to-reach areas.
The Video Pipe Inspection Camera gives Anywhere Rooter a range of options to find, see, and locate exactly where a problem lies with industry-leading precision.
A handheld visual plumbing inspection camera eliminates the guesswork and reduces the amount of time required to detect and diagnose the unreachable issue.
Most Video Pipe Inspection cameras come equipped with a camera and light source attached to the end of a flexible cable. The camera sends live images back to a
high visibility digital LCD display allowing for detailed visual inspections in hard-to-reach spaces.
As the cable is inserted into the pipe, the durable waterproof camera is supplied with strong lights to help record images. The Video Pipe Inspection images can be transmitted to the camera operator who can now make an informed diagnosis of any issues that are seen.
Most Common Plumbing Pipe issues detected by Video Pipe Inspections
- Offset Pipe – sewer pipes that have become misaligned due to shifting soil, frozen ground, settling, etc.
- Blockage – grease buildup or a foreign object is restricting or prohibiting proper flow and/or cleaning of the line.
- Broken, Cracked or Collapsed Pipe – damaged pipes requiring repair or replacement.
- Bellied Pipe – a section of the pipe has sunk due to ground or soil conditions, creating a valley that collects paper and waste.
- Leaking Joints – the seals between pipes have broken, allowing water to escape into the area surrounding the pipe.
- Corrosion – the pipe has deteriorated and/or broken, causing sections to collapse and restrict water flow.
- Off-Grade Pipe – existing pipes are constructed of a substandard or outdated material that may have deteriorated or corroded.
- Root Infiltration – tree or shrub roots have invaded the sewer line, preventing normal cleaning and/or roots have damaged the pipe.