Sewer Camera Inspection In Columbus, IN
Although the plumbing industry as a whole is slow to adopt new technology there are some forward thinking plumbing contractors, like Nu Flow Technologies that believe there are far more advanced ways to do things. When you picture the image of a plumber we no longer want you to see a man in overalls holding onto the same wrench that his father used, and his father before him. We need for you to picture a person that is incorporating the use of the most advanced plumbing technology available on the market today. By the way, it is ok if he or she is wearing overalls in your image.
All kidding aside recent technology has taken the plumbing industry to new heights that could have never been imagined in the past. The bottom line is that is a good thing for residential, commercial, and industrial property owners. Sewer camera inspection in Columbus, Indiana is the perfect example of this. Up until recent times, there really was not an effective and non-invasive method of inspecting the sewer system. Plumbing contractors had to dig a large and destructive trench in order to expose the sewer pipes for inspection.
The only way to know exactly what was going on underground was to view it directly with human eyes. Of course, most property owners would never allow a plumbing company to ruin their landscaping and hardscaping with their excavation equipment unless they were in the middle of a serious problem. That means that countless small issues went undetected until they turned into a larger issue. In many cases they turned into a major sewer system catastrophes such as the back up of raw sewage and wastewater directly into the property through the toilets, faucets, and drains.
As we all know, exposure to raw sewage and wastewater is an extremely dangerous health hazard that must be avoided at all costs. Thanks to advances in video technology we are able to send a camera into the sewer pipeline without having to dig up a thing. The process is simple. An experienced and trained Nu Flow Technologies plumbing technician will access the sewer system through a drain clean out. He or she will insert a flexible rod with a tiny waterproof video camera attached to the end into the sewer pipeline.