Learn more about Sewer Line Scope & Inspection
With the use of a sewer camera, also known as a sewer scope, we can get a close look at what could be going on inside your Erie property’s sewer line. A sewer scope can identify any cracks or punctures that you otherwise wouldn’t notice. Problems are caused by tree roots, clogging, sunken pipes, and more. A sewer pipe inspection can be an opportunity to catch a problem before your property faces an emergency.
If you’re purchasing a piece of property in Erie and want to make sure you aren’t buying right into a costly surprise later, getting a sewer line inspection may be a good idea. Using a sewer camera to inspect the inside of the sewer line at your prospective property will provide you with the much needed comfort. The last thing you want is to buy a piece of property that quickly turns into a money pit.
Getting a periodic inspection of the sewer pipes in your home or business property from 911 Rooter and Plumbing is a good habit to get into — especially if you are not always present at your property. Being absent from your Erie property means you might not be able to maintain proper sewage draining practices all the time. Erie property owners that rent to others will want to take particular care of this to avoid facing a sewer pipe emergency.