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Sewer Camera Inspections in Dallas, TX
Quick, Affordable Sewer Line Inspections
If you wanted to do a sewer inspection yourself, you’d rent a sewer line camera. But then what?
Frymire Home Services is your local plumbing professional. We understand soil consistency and what’s going on underground near your sewer lines. Our sewer line camera inspection service uses cutting-edge technology, but we also use good, old-fashioned experience and training to solve your sewer problems.
Common Causes of Sewer Line Issues
- Badly installed pipes
- City sewer line backups
- Clay pipes
- Earth movements
- Ground freeze/thaw
- Nearby construction
- Tree roots
Benefits of Sewer Line Maintenance
Maintenance is the key to stopping plumbing and sewer line problems before they begin. Annual plumbing maintenance is customized to your property and can include:
What Are Sewer Camera Inspections?
Video cameras are one of the most valuable tools in the plumbing business. Sewer cameras allow Frymire Home Services plumbing technicians to conduct a thorough visual inspection of your sewer lines and drains. If you need an inspection, one of our professionally trained and skilled technicians will insert a rod with a high-resolution video camera on its tip into your sewer lines. These cameras will thoroughly examine your pipes and locate any issues. The video footage is transmitted to the technician in real-time so that they can assess the condition inside your sewer and drain lines immediately. You’ll be able to view any problems right on a monitor, and footage is saved for future reference.
For sewer camera inspections, contact a plumber at Frymire Home Services today.
Signs You Need a Sewer Camera Inspection
- Persistent, unpleasant sewage odors
- Slow drains
- High water bills
- Water damage
- Wet, green patches on your lawn
- Persistent clogs
These signs all point to an issue with your sewer lines. Setting up a sewage camera inspection is the best way to get to the root of the problem and determine the best solution. Contact Frymire Home Services to schedule an inspection now.
What a Sewer Camera Inspection Can and Can’t Find
While camera inspections are a great tool, they do have their limitations. For example, a camera inspection on its own won’t be able to detect a tiny leak. However, a sewer camera inspection can:
- Locate lines
- Locate drainage or stoppage issues, or other areas of concern
- Determine what type of system you have
- Determine your type of system connections
An inspection will be able to give us an idea of what types of issues you’re experiencing and the cause of them. From there, we can examine further if needed, then determine the best repair or replacement solution for you. We’ll be able to perform repairs right away or come up with a sewer line replacement plan if needed. We’ll always be upfront with you and keep you informed throughout the entire process. If you end up needing a repair or replacement, we’ll work with you to make sure we provide a solution that’s effective, long-lasting, and within your budget.
To learn more about our sewer camera inspections or to schedule a service, contact Frymire Home Services now. We’ll be happy to assist you and answer any questions.
Sewer Line Camera Inspection FAQs
Some of the frequently asked questions we receive about sewer line camera inspections are:
How long should a sewer line last?
It depends on pipe material and the amount of foliage and trees near your sewer lines. When there’s a sewer line problem, we look at age. If it’s more than 40 years old, we recommend sewer replacement rather than repair.
Isn’t the city responsible for sewer lines?
You’re responsible for maintaining and repairing the sewer line running from your home to the city connection.
Our realtor said a sewer line inspection would give our property an edge in the market. Do we have to wait on a problem to get a sewer line camera inspection?
An annual sewer inspection using a video camera is something many homeowners schedule as part of their annual plumbing maintenance. Frymire Home Services will provide documentation for real estate sales and insurance.
Will my homeowner’s insurance cover sewer line damage?
Most don’t, especially if your plumbing problems are age-related. Before there’s a problem, ask if your policy covers damages and/or losses inside your home from sewer line backups. You may want to add a sewer and drain endorsement to your current policy.
We believe your home systems must work together for maximum efficiency and energy savings. When you take advantage of Frymire Home Services, you’re getting a company that will be the expert on your home systems, including HVAC, plumbing, and IAQ (indoor air quality). Call 972-620-3600 or contact us when you have questions about sewer line inspections using cameras.