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- Catch a Collapsed Sewer Pipe as Soon as Possible.
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Sewer inspection camera demonstration
Why you need to have the sewer drain camera inspection for your main drain line.
The sewer line is the largest drain in your home and is susceptible to a number of problems that may not be detected. The most common problems to affect a sewer line include the following found with a sewer camera.
- Bellied pipe – This is when a section of the pipe has sunk into the ground, creating an area for waste to converge.
- Tree roots – If roots have infiltrated your sewer line, they can quickly damage the line and cause further damage in no time.
- Broken, collapsed, cracked, or misaligned pipes – These are commonly due to shifting soil or frozen ground.
- Blockage – This can result when grease or some other object is restricting proper water flow.
- Pipe corrosion or deterioration – If your pipe is older or is made of anything other than PVC piping, then you are likely at risk of having your pipes deteriorate, which can cause collapses in the line and a restriction of proper flow.
- Leaking joints – If the seals between the pipes have broken, then water can escape into the area surrounding the pipe.