Plumbing cameras are specialized cameras that are used to navigate drain pipes and pinpoint issues with drainage systems—such as breaks, cracks, obstructions, incorrect fittings, bellies, and more. Since many pipes and sewer lines are usually located under several feet of dirt or concrete, diagnosing the plumbing issue is often difficult. Because plumbing and sewer cameras enable us to safely and efficiently inspect plumbing systems without having to dig into the ground, they also eliminate any speculation about the source of the problems as well as unnecessary repair costs.
Typically, we recommend camera inspection once we establish there’s an ongoing issue with a drainage system. For example, a plumbing fixture or drainage system that has backed up more than once in a relatively short period of time is usually an indicator that the lines should be scoped with a camera. That’s because even if you’re able to clear the blockage in one of these scenarios, the source of the problem will remain and will most likely continue to wreak havoc on your home’s plumbing.
If your home’s plumbing is noticeably slower or appears to be blocked, contact Aqueduct Plumbing to schedule a plumbing camera inspection today.