Underground sewer and plumbing complications can be very frustrating, especially when you don’t even know what’s causing the problem. A tried and true method of diagnosing and fixing sewer line issues is with the use of a sewer camera inspection. Curt & Jerry Sewer Service has been completing sewer line inspections in the Carmel area since 1946. With our technologically advanced sewer camera inspections, we can find the root of your plumbing problem and take care of it once and for all.
1. Clogged Pipes
Clogged pipes are one of the most common problems in a home’s plumbing system. While many homeowners attempt to unblock the clog with a liquid drain solution or a mechanical snake, it’s best to find out why your home is experiencing constant clogs. Sewer cameras will not only detect the clog, but also clearly show you what’s causing it.
2. Tree Roots
If your property has trees anywhere near it, tree roots can be a detriment to your underground pipes. A sewer camera can easily bend through the pipes, helping to locate any tree root infiltration. The only other way to discover if tree roots are causing a problem is to dig up your property. A sewer camera inspection is an affordable and less destructive first step to discovering the true nature of your underground pipe issues.
3. Rusted Pipes
Older homes with metal sewer pipes are especially prone to rust. When pipes rust or corrode, they become weakened and can crack or break easily, causing several issues. A sewer line inspection will help determine if there is any rust within the pipes, giving your plumber a clear view of the damage and a better idea of how to effectively repair the sewer lines.
Serving Carmel and Beyond
If you suspect any of these sewer line problems, call our office at (317) 266-0000, or request service online. We also provide several other expert plumbing services such as sewer cleaning, drain and sink cleaning, septic tank pumping, and car wash basin pumping.
Source: “7 Sewer Problems Only a Sewer Camera Can Find.” Blog Article. National Economy’s Plumbing Blog. National Economy Plumbers, 03 Dec 2019. Web. 08 Jan 2020.