Plumbing Camera Inspection

WHY A Plumbing Camera Line Inspection?

If you are looking to purchase a home, keep in mind that drain camera services are not typically included in a standard home inspection. A sewer line video inspection will help ensure that sewer lines are in good repair and free of problems or defects that could cause headaches and expensive repairs after you move in.

At TCE&I, we have experienced Inspectors that carry lots of special equipment in their vans that can help them diagnose problem in commercial & residential structures . Probably the single most important tool our Inspectors use is a fiber optic sewer line inspection camera. These sophisticated video cameras can be dropped into a line to show perform sewer line inspections, revealing the condition of the pipe from the inside. These cameras are waterproof and have powerful LED lights to illuminate the inside of the pipe.
Line cameras help TCE&I experienced technicians determine exactly what is wrong (if anything) with your sewer or drain line. And they will invite you, our customer, to see the inspection for yourself in real time so you see what the camera sees on a video monitor. This is a fantastic tool to inspect for root intrusion, collapsed section or bellies (dips or sags in the pipe) because it takes the guesswork out of the process and eliminates unnecessary sewer repair work.
So, remember, if your sewer line routinely backs up, the best and most economical way to find out exactly what is happening inside the pipe is to call the most experienced TCE&I . We are here to help as your 24 hour Inspection company. Call us or phone us at 954-767-5955 in Broward County, 561-880-7930 in Palm Beach & Martin Counties & 304-947-7445 in Miami Dade County
Sewer line video inspections take the guesswork out of solving your plumbing problems. During a sewer camera inspection, radio transmitters on the drain camera record depth and physical location of any defects or obstructions it encounters in the drain line. In addition to the visual evidence transmitted by the drain camera, this data allows plumbing technicians to accurately diagnose problems and recommend solutions.
A very good time to be camera a sewer line is before buying a home. Regular home inspections don’t include any inspection on the sewer line. Therefore, having a