During a sewer scope we are looking for cracks in the pipes, standing water, tree roots, and any possible separation in the pipes. We can also see grease deposits, egg shells and other household items obstructing the plumbing. The sewer scope entails using a camera to view your main plumbing line to a local municipality. Upon completion of this inspection you will receive a video of the sewer line along with any recommendations based off the findings.
Sewer Scope Inspection
About Our Sewer Scope Inspections
During the life of a home, many things can occur underground to the sewer lines without the homeowner knowing it. Even with new homeowners, your sewer line can back up just because there are new people living in the house. So, when purchasing a home, gather all the information, including the condition of your sewer lines.