Chicago Sewer Camera Inspections and Recording: What You Should Know
Sewer camera inspection involves one of Parks’ plumbers feeding a sewer pipe inspection camera into your sewer line via a cleanout. This camera is attached to the head of a cable and fed down the pipe. The plumber holds a monitor that provides real-time video of what the camera is showing. When the problem is located, the plumber can record the problem area as a video file. This means the next time a Parks’ plumber comes out to make the necessary repairs, they’ll be able to access the video file and see exactly what the problem is and how they can fix it.
If you need high-quality sewer camera inspection and recording services, get in touch with the professional Chicago plumbers of Parks’ Plumbing & Sewer, Inc. We’ve been dealing with troublesome sewer lines for over forty years, and we’d be more than happy to help you resolve any issues you might be experiencing.
Why is It Important To Get A Sewer Camera Inspection?
Even if the home or business owner doesn’t think that there might be a problem with their sewer or drain lines, it never hurts to check. One of the best ways to quickly inspect a sewer line is a sewer camera inspection. It involves no digging or disturbing any existing structures so that if there are no problems determined to be found, there isn’t a big cleanup afterward. And if there are problems found, they’ll be dealt with quickly and professionally by Parks’ Plumbing & Sewer.
Makes Repairs Quicker
Sewer camera inspections and recordings make repairs go quicker than was previously possible before. A Parks’ plumber can quickly and accurately take a video of a problem area in a pipe. This means instead of having to guess where the issue is and how to fix it, they’ll know exactly where it is, and they can address it promptly.
It's The Best Way To Figure Out What's Wrong
Sewer camera inspections make the inspection process simple and streamlined. Before sewer cameras, plumbers would have to estimate what was wrong with the pipe they were inspecting before doing any repairs—and sometimes, they could estimate wrong.
With sewer camera inspections, finding out what the problem is with the sewer line is much simpler. Our technicians can even get images from the camera in color, which they’ll use to record and locate sections of bad pipes. So instead of flying blind like plumbers of old had to do, after a sewer camera inspection and recording, Parks’ plumbers have the most straightforward idea possible of what problem they’re dealing with and how they can repair it.