Sewer Camera Inspection in Dayton
Detecting Sewer Line Clogs & Damage without Excavation
The location of sewer lines under the ground make detecting and solving problems challenging without the right tools and expertise. At All Drain Drain & Sewer Cleaning, we use sewer camera inspections to diagnose problems in the sewer line and determine the best way to solve them. We have more than two decades of experience and the best equipment for detecting and repairing sewer line problems.
If you think you would benefit from a sewer camera inspection, call (937) 777-3409 for an appointment.
Signs Sewer Camera Inspections Are Needed
The main sewer line carries wastewater out of your home and to the main sewer system. Wastewater can be highly toxic and dangerous to human health. Identifying and solving problems with the sewer line is essential for protecting your family and maintaining sanitary conditions in your home. There are some signs that indicate a possible problem in your sewer line.
You may want to schedule an inspection if you notice:
- Slow drains throughout the house
- Sewage odors
- Sewage backing up in the drains
- Wet patches on the lawn
- Extra green and lush grass over the sewer line
If you suspect a problem with your sewer line, it is best to schedule a sewer camera inspection in Dayton as soon as possible. Acting quickly at the first sign of a problem can help prevent complete failure of the line and sewage backing up in your home. We offer same-day appointments when you call before noon, so don’t hesitate to schedule your inspection.
A Minimally Invasive Way to Detect Problems
Because the sewer line is located under the ground, property owners are often completely unaware of issues until the line fails completely. Sewer camera inspection is a non-invasive way to identify problems before they can cause bigger issues. Many property owners schedule an inspection just to check the condition of lines in older properties or before purchasing a new home or commercial property.
Even if no problem is detected, an inspection can give you peace of mind. If there is a problem, we can identify it and provide sewer line repair or replacement before you experience the horror of sewer line failure and associated property damage and health risks.
How Sewer Cameras Work
The development of sewer camera technology has revolutionized the industry. In the past, any problem with the sewer line required excavation for detection and repair. Today, we use sewer camera inspection to locate clogs, breaks, and other damage to your sewer line without digging up your lawn and ruining your landscape.
Sewer camera inspection can identify:
- The overall condition of the pipe
- Clogs in the line
- Tree roots growing into the sewer line
- A collapsed sewer line
The results of your inspection can help you make important decisions for your property. If a clog is discovered, we may recommend hydro jetting to get rid of the clog and clear the line. If the line is corroded, collapsed, or damaged, we can use the information gained in the inspection to make important decisions about repairs or replacement.