Plumbing problems are particularly frustrating for homeowners because the source of the issue is often hidden. If you hire a plumber who doesn’t use video line inspection, your plumbing problems are compounded by their search and destroy method to locating the source of the issue. Before you know it, your landscape has been destroyed and your life has been thoroughly disrupted.
While inconvenient, plumbing problems don’t have to be the end of the world. A professional plumber will utilize video line inspection, which allows them to snake a specialized camera through your pipes and locate the source of your plumbing problem. The visual inspection of your plumbing and sewer lines is a cost-effective and efficient way to solve almost all residential plumbing problems.
The benefits include:
Fast Diagnosis With Video Line Inspection
Before video line inspection, plumbers had to dig up multiple areas just to locate the source of the problem. Understandably, this delayed the diagnosis, which delayed the repairs. A plumbing problem could take over your life. A video line inspection gives your plumber visual confirmation of the exact location of the problem. Fast diagnosis is of the utmost importance, as you don’t want a small problem to escalate into an expensive plumbing catastrophe.
Comprehensive Look at the Whole Problem
There’s nothing worse than getting an estimate on a job, only to find that there’s a whole host of other problems the plumber wasn’t aware of before he started. Video line inspection allows your plumber to a look at the entire problem immediately upon diagnosis. Instead of performing a small repair that ignores the larger issues, your plumber will be able to provide long-term results. This also gives you the opportunity to catch plumbing issues before they escalate.
Saves You Time and Money
Instead of dragging the process out over weeks (or months if it’s done incorrectly), video line inspection helps you to get the problem solved efficiently. Your plumber will know exactly what is wrong and how to fix it as soon as he receives visual confirmation. Now you won’t have to worry about having a plumber in to fix something, only to find that you need to call another plumber in a few months to fix what the first one missed. Video line inspection is also a relatively inexpensive service, and its growing popularity means that most professional plumbers will use it.
How Often Should You Have a Video Line Inspection Done?
Video line inspections can help diagnose almost all residential plumbing issues. If you notice a significant jump in your water bill, backed up toilets, sinks, and showers, or any other plumbing related issue, ask your plumber about performing a video line inspection.