Sewer Camera Inspection In Lafayette, IN
If you own residential, commercial, or industrial property than we highly recommended that you take part in a sewer camera inspection on a yearly basis. The procedure is fast, friendly, and non-invasive. Most importantly it could very well save you thousands of dollars in preventable sewer repair work in the future. Recent advances in video camera technology have made it possible for plumbing contractors, like Nu Flow Technologies to examine each and every square inch of the interior of your sewer pipeline without having to actually see the pipes in person.
When you schedule a sewer camera inspection with Nu Flow Technologies a vastly experienced and highly trained technician will arrive at your property with a smile on his or her face. They will install a tiny waterproof camera that is attached to the end of a flexible rod into the sewer pipes through an access point such as a drain cleanout. The tube is flexible enough that it can be snaked through the entire sewer pipeline including any angles, bends, and turns. As the camera is being fed through the pipeline it is recording a crystal clear video of the interior condition of the sewer pipes.
The video is broadcast back to the technician in real time where they can view the footage on a laptop computer, handheld tablet, or even a smartphone. In essence, the video images are like having a set of human eyes inside of the sewer pipes. As the technician is watching the video he or she is able to determine if the sewer pipeline is in good shape or has any issues. The video image is so clear that the technician can detect even the smallest clogs, chips, cracks, and other structural deficiencies that are occurring within the sewer pipeline.
If there are no problems with your sewer pipeline than the technician will leave you with a clean bill of health, a digital copy of the sewer camera inspection for your records, and a suggestion that you schedule an appointment to have another inspection within a year. On the other hand, if the technician discovers any problems than they will sit down with you to explain your options. In many cases the situation does not require any immediate action on your part.