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Sewer Camera Inspections

Precise Diagnosis of Sewer & Drain Problems in Menlo Park

Sewer problems are a common experience for homeowners in California. Anyone who has owned a home for any length of time knows that clogs, leaks, sewage backups, and broken sewer pipes happen. However, finding the source of sewer problems is not so easy. Since sewer lines are buried deep beneath the property, it can be difficult to determine the exact nature of the issue without digging up the lawn.

At Commando Plumbing, we eliminate guesswork from diagnosing sewer problems with our high-tech video equipment. With a Redwood City sewer camera inspection, you can rest assured the nature and location of your sewer issues will be accurately identified. That means you’ll be saving time and money, and your sewer line will be properly repaired.

Call Commando Plumbing at (650) 690-4868 or fill out an online form to schedule a sewer camera inspection for your plumbing system.

How We Perform Our Sewer Camera Inspections

Sewer camera inspections are the most advanced method of diagnosing sewer line problems. During the inspection, our highly trained plumbers insert a small waterproof video camera into your plumbing system. As the camera is fed through the sewer line, images of the inside of your pipes show up on our screen. We can spot such issues as clogs, crushed pipe sections, tree root intrusion, and more. Knowing exactly what’s wrong will help us choose the best solution to fix the problem.

Reasons to Schedule a Sewer Camera Inspection

Are you wondering whether you should call Commando Plumbing for a sewer camera inspection? While this service is not required for all types of plumbing issues, when it comes to drain and sewer line problems, it’s always the best choice.

You should consider scheduling a sewer line camera inspection if:

  • Your drains experience frequent clogs
  • Your drains are unusually slow
  • You have foul odors coming from
  • your drains
  • Your water bills have been increasing
  • Your home is more than 20 years old
  • You are getting ready to purchase a home

You might want to schedule a sewer camera inspection even if you’re not experiencing any problems. It’s possible that your sewer line has cracks or leaks but has not reached the point where you can tell. Routine sewer camera inspections can help spot any hidden issues that should be repaired before they develop into costly problems.