At Curt & Jerry Sewer Service, we specialize in residential and commercial sewer services throughout Indianapolis and beyond, so we know a thing or two about sewers. In fact, we’ve been in the business since 1946, so the technology of sewer camera inspections has really changed how we diagnosis a sewer line issue. We break down some of the most common questions about our services.
1) What Is a Sewer Camera Inspection?
We start by draining the sewer line before running our professional camera through the system. The video footage at the end of the line allows our crew to see the line with close-up detail, eliminating any guesswork about the issue.
2) Why Is Video Footage Needed?
In most cases, a sewer camera inspection is needed if there is a blockage that cannot be solved by plunging, drain cleaning, or sewer augering. For bathroom remodels, you may want your sewer line inspected to ensure your property can handle the increased quantities of water.
3) Can I Do My Own Video Inspection?
DIY may be popular for cutting costs of bathroom remodels, but when it comes to the equipment needed for sewer camera inspections, you’re better off to invest in a quality company. Scopes that are retailed for homeowners can’t auto focus and only inspect the first couple of feet. Our sewer video technology allows us to view the blockage with high-resolution footage.
With our many plumbing and sewer services, Curt & Jerry Sewer Service has the experience to troubleshoot your issue. To get prompt service for your home or business, call our office at (317) 266-0000, or request service online.
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