Sewer Video Inspection

Sewer Camera Inspection

Our specially designed waterproof plumbing cameras allow us at Stephens Plumbing to conduct a visual inspection of sewer lines and other underground pipes, including pipes under cement, concrete slabs, and under your home’s foundation.

To begin your sewer camera inspection, a professionally trained and skilled technician inserts a rod with a high-resolution video camera into your sewer lines. These high-tech drain cameras are flexible, allowing them to travel through twists and turns in sewer lines and thoroughly examine pipes and pipe walls in drain lines.

The video footage is transmitted to the technician in real-time, so the condition inside your sewer and drain lines can be assessed immediately. You’ll be able to view any problems right on a monitor, and footage is saved for future reference. Plumbing cameras are just one part of our sewer line inspection process.

What Is A Sewer Line Video Inspection?

Using a special waterproof camera, a sewer line camera scopes out sewer lines and other underground pipe systems to search for common plumbing problems, such as clogs and deteriorated pipes. A sewer line inspection can often locate, diagnose and pinpoint exactly where the issue is located, giving our plumbers a much better means of correcting the problem in a quick and efficient manner.

What Are Some Signs You May Need A Sewer Video Inspection?

When Should You Have A Video Inspection Done?

You should contact Stephens Plumbing about a video inspection if your drains are clogged, backed up, produce unpleasant smells, make odd sounds when used, or empty slowly. Also, it can be helpful to have us inspect your drains if you’re in the process of purchasing a home or if you have just moved into an older home. You are also welcome to call us to schedule a routine inspection so that any potential problems can be found and addressed promptly.

Are Sewer Video Inspections Usually Accurate?

The video cameras used for these inspections are designed to provide clear, high-resolution images even while in water. The camera also has a light, so it can easily produce clear images without a natural light source. Because of this the inspection results are often incredibly accurate, and this affords us the chance to inspect the full line with our attached camera and flexible cable.

State certified technicians with years of plumbing and gas fitting experience