State-of-the-Art Technology to Diagnose & Inspect Your Plumbing Problems
Plumbing problems, especially those with your drains and sewer line, aren’t always apparent from the outside. To find exactly where a clog is impacting your system, or to find the source of a leak, Drain Masters employs special camera inspection equipment to diagnose your problems.
Contact us today to schedule a drain or sewer camera inspection in Anchorage. We’ll get to the root of the problem and provide quick and efficient repairs.
How Does a Drain or Sewer Camera Inspection Work?
Just like a doctor uses a small camera on a flexible scope in medial procedures, such as endoscopy, we use state-of-the-art camera inspection equipment to learn exactly what’s going on with your drains and sewer lines.
We feed a camera into your system via a long, flexible cable that then transmits high-definition footage to a small monitor. This allows us to pinpoint the exact cause of your clog or the precise location of a leak. Once we’ve done so, we easily remove the scope and begin any necessary repairs.
Schedule Your Anchorage Sewer Camera Inspection Today
Following your sewer camera inspection, we can provide a recommendation for replacement or repairs. Camera inspections allow us more visualization into what's going on with the leak or clog. Contact our Anchorage plumbing technicians to schedule your inspection.
If you’re experiencing clogs, sewage backup, or slow drains, an inspection may be the best solution to determining the source of the problem. Drain Masters’ skilled technicians can help you diagnose and resolve such issues with ease using our sewer camera inspection method.
Benefits of sewer camera inspection include:
- Any Problems are Diagnosed Accurately -
With sewer camera inspection, you can figure out the problem and diagnose it accurately as soon as the camera is in the sewer pipe. This will help use to provide the best solution for the sewer piping problem.
- Exact Locations are Determined -
With sewer camera inspection, you can find out where the exact location of the break is instead of randomly digging up the lawn and hope that you can find the leak with minimal digging.
- No Digging is Necessary to Find the Problem -
As I mentioned above, with camera inspection, you can help save your lawn as well as not disturb neighbors with the unnecessary noise from the digging.