Sewer Camera Inspection In Indianapolis, IN
Far too many residential, commercial, and industrial real estate owners are unaware that some tremendously important property maintenance procedures exist that can save you thousands of dollars, not to mention a great deal of stress and aggravation. For example, sewer camera inspection in Indianapolis, Indiana is an extremely affordable procedure that when performed on a regular basis may very well save you well over $25,000 in preventable sewer repairs and or replacement. In fact, it is the only way to keep an eye on your sewer system.
Many of our valued customers are curious as to how the process and procedure works. Once you schedule an appointment with Nu Flow Technologies we will send out one of our highly trained and experienced technicians to your home, place of business, or investment property at the designated date and time. He or she will arrive with advanced equipment including a tiny, waterproof video camera that is attached to the end of a flexible rod system. The technician will access the sewer pipes through a drain cleanout or another established entry point.
They will then install the flexible rod into the pipe and slowly feed it through the entire length of the sewer pipeline. The rod is flexible enough that it can actually turn around bends and corners of the pipeline. As the camera is moving through the system it is recording video images of the interior of the sewer pipeline in real time. The images are broadcast back to the technician in real time as well where they can be viewed on a laptop computer, tablet, smartphone, or pretty much any portable electronic device with a screen.
Thanks to recent advancements in video technology the images are not only crystal clear, they can detect even the most minute problems within the sewer pipes. In most cases, these small issues do not need to be addressed immediately, however they should be tracked on a yearly basis in order to ensure that the problem is not becoming worse in the future. However, when larger problems are discovered the technician is able to diagnose them and prepare a plan of attack to fix the issue prior to it turning into something even larger and more expensive to repair.