Septic Tank Camera Inspection in La Puente
Video camera technology has become one of the most valuable tools in the plumbing business. Running a camera down the plumbing line can find the exact location of an issue such as root intrusion or a break in the line. Camera inspection is also used to determine whether the line has been cleared after snaking the line out.
Video cameras may be used to identify pipe damage and obstructions that inhibit proper flow or create occasional or repeated backups. The cameras also verify that obstructions have been eliminated and that the lines are clean following service. The condition of a pipe typically cannot be determined without a visual inspection using an in-line camera.
For residential septic system inspections in La Puente, you can count on West Coast Sanitation 24/7. Contact us today for any questions!
Camera Inspections Save You Time and Money
A camera inspection of your plumbing system makes the antiquated process of tearing out walls or digging up portions of your plumbing system no longer necessary. The camera inspection is a much more efficient and budget-friendly option to identify exactly where your issues begin.
At West Coast Sanitation, we always seeks to resolve our customer’s issues in the most ecconomical and effective manner. Through our camera inspections, we can identify the precise source of the leak or clog so our team can focus their repair efforts only on the portion of your system that is affected. In the end, the repair effort will be conducted inexpensively and quickly.
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Septic System Camera Inspection FAQs
What type of inspection is the most complete?
Digital camera inspections are the most complete, least invasive and most economical. A camera inspection should only be performed by an experienced and certified inspector and should include pumping the system at the time of inspection.
Why do you use a camera during the inspection?
Our digital TV camera inspection allows us to visually examine all critical components deep within your septic system. Without the use of cameras, most other inspections are primarily guesswork and problems may be easily misdiagnosed.
Why should the tank be pumped at the time on inspection?
We recommend having the tank pumped during the inspection so that the parts of the system below the waste level can be evaluated under normal operating conditions.
How long does an inspection take?
Generally the inspection takes anywhere from 2—3 hours depending on the specific conditions of the area.
Do I need to be present for the inspection?
While you are not required to be present, we will need access inside the home so we strongly recommend that you are present for the septic inspection. Your presence will also allow you to see firsthand whether problems are present as well as where each part of the system is for future reference.