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Technology Meets Sewers

If there’s a problem like a sag, separation, or debris in your sewer line we can use a variety of cameras, locators, and robots to enter the sewer or drain line with issues and provide you with videos, pictures, depths, grades, or live locations where your issue exists.

This information can then be sent to our techs iPhone and then sent on to whoever needs the information immediately.

If the line is seriously compromised we can then mobile a crew to begin exaction and repair so your home or business can get back to using the drainage.

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Video Line Inspections for Sewers and Pipes

You can’t fix what you can’t see. That’s why we utilize powerful video cameras and locators camera to view the problem area. By better diagnosing drain issues, we know what equipment is needed and what techniques to use to clear or repair the line.

Attached to the end of a sewer cable, the camera uses infrared lighting to illuminate deep inside the piping system and then sends back the information to the technician’s screen and then to whatever mobile device needs the information. One technician moves the camera through the drain, while another team member watches a live feed on the monitor.

Why Video Line Inspections Are Effective

Using cameras as a tool for accurate inspections and diagnoses helps our team of pros pinpoint the exact location of a break or leak in very little time. The video feed also allows our technicians to evaluate the condition of the entire pipe from the inside, locate weak points and potential problems, and mark the location of the drain line and break. We use this information to determine if it’s best to simply fix one spot, to evaluate options for repairing multiple spots at once, or even replace the entire line due to economics.

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