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Video Camera Inspection


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Video Camera Inspection

Sewer Lines - Storm Drains - Hard to Reach Places

Thanks to video technology, diagnosing and repairing issues inside sewer lines is now easier than ever before. This is good news, as sewer line issues can lead to costly damage if left unaddressed. If your commercial business has a problem with an underground pipe, our team can provide you with the safe, thorough, and professional inspection services you require. 

A1 Septic Video Inspection Services

Experiencing leaks, damage, or blockages?

What Are the Benefits of Video Camera Inspections?

Persistent Clogs

If you’re experiencing frequent or stubborn clogs in your drains or sewer lines, a video camera inspection can uncover the underlying cause, whether it’s tree root intrusion, debris buildup, or pipe damage.

Foul Odors or Slow Draining

Unpleasant odors emanating from your drains or sluggish drainage are often indicators of a deeper plumbing issue. A video camera inspection can identify the source of the problem, such as blockages or deteriorating pipes.

Home Purchase

Before purchasing a new home or embarking on a renovation project, a video camera inspection can provide peace of mind by ensuring the integrity of the plumbing system. It’s an invaluable precautionary measure to avoid unforeseen expenses down the line.

Water Damage or Flooding

 If you’ve experienced water damage or flooding on your property, a video camera inspection can assess the extent of the damage and identify any underlying issues contributing to the problem, such as broken pipes or faulty connections.

Emergency Services

Septic tank emergencies, such as backups or overflows, require immediate attention to prevent property damage and health hazards.

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Routine Maintenance

Regular maintenance is essential for preserving the health and efficiency of your plumbing system. Incorporating video camera inspections into your maintenance routine allows for early detection of potential problems, saving you time and money in the long run. 

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Why a video camera inspection may be right for your property.

Precision Diagnosis: Traditional methods of diagnosing plumbing problems often involve guesswork or invasive procedures. With our video camera inspection, we provide precise visuals of your pipes’ interior, enabling accurate identification of issues such as blockages, leaks, or corrosion. This precision allows for targeted solutions, minimizing time and costs.

Non-Invasive: Unlike traditional inspection methods that may require extensive excavation or disruption to your property, video camera inspections are minimally invasive. By inserting a small, high-resolution camera into your pipes, we can assess their condition without causing unnecessary damage, preserving your landscape and reducing repair expenses.

Time-Efficient: Time is of the essence when dealing with plumbing issues. Video camera inspections offer swift diagnosis, allowing us to promptly identify problems and implement effective solutions. By eliminating the need for prolonged troubleshooting, we expedite the repair process, restoring your plumbing system to optimal functionality in no time.

Our Process: A video camera inspection is performed using a waterproof video camera attached to the end of a long, flexible rod. The rod is inserted into the pipe and pulled through the entire line. The camera sends back clear images that can be used to diagnose the problem and pinpoint its exact location inside the pipe. These images can be saved for future reference.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Video Camera Inspections

A video camera inspection involves inserting a small, waterproof camera into your plumbing pipes to visually assess their condition. The camera transmits real-time footage to a monitor, allowing our technicians to identify any issues such as blockages, leaks, or corrosion. 

No, video camera inspections are non-invasive and do not cause damage to your pipes. The camera is designed to navigate through the pipes smoothly without causing any harm, allowing for a thorough assessment of their condition.

While video camera inspections are highly effective at detecting common issues such as blockages and leaks, there are some limitations. For example, certain types of pipe materials or extremely small cracks may be challenging to detect with this method.

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Our Service Area for Video Camera Inspections

Alameda County
Contra Costa County
Santa Clara County
San Mateo County
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