In the last blog post, we reviewed three types of plumbing problems that can only be diagnosed with a sewer camera inspection: clogged pipes, tree roots, and rusted pipes. There are three more obstacles that can cause major damage in your plumbing system if not taken care of swiftly. At Curt & Jerry Sewer Service, we can help you identify these issues with our professional plumbing services. Let’s take a closer look at these additional three issues, and how a sewer camera inspection can assist in preventing further damage.

6 Sewer Issues That Can Be Diagnosed with a Camera Inspection: Part 2

4. Collapsed Pipes

Collapsed pipes are a common result of several types of sewer line problems that are left untreated. A clogged sewer line or invading tree root can cause instability to the pipe structure, resulting in a collapsed pipe. Once this happens, the only thing that can be done is to repair or replace the pipes. This will most likely result in expensive repairs and unwanted interruption to your home’s water flow. If you suspect sewer line problems, a camera inspection can detect any issues, helping you to avoid collapsed pipes altogether.

5. Sagging Pipes

Sagging pipes are typically caused by underground shifts in the soil and dirt surrounding your sewer lines. Unfortunately, nothing can be done to stop Mother Nature from taking any course of action she wishes. Thankfully, a sewer camera inspection can easily locate a pipe with a low sagging belly or an unusual bend. 

6. Major Clogs

Major clogs can be caused by a variety of things. Objects that should not be thrown down the kitchen drain, such as food scraps, or someone carelessly placing too much tissue in the toilet, can both cause major blockages. For this and other sewer line problems, a camera inspection can easily identify the source of the blockage, making for a quick diagnosis and a swift resolution.

The Sewer Inspection Experts

The team at Curt & Jerry is more than happy to help you with your residential sewer line problems. Give us a call today at (317) 266-0000 to schedule a sewer camera inspection or to learn more. We also provide septic tank pumping and sewer line cleaning in Fishers and all neighboring areas.