Have you ever wondered what is really going on inside your pipes? For a long time, the only way to find a problem in your plumbing system was to excavate your property. Leaks, clogs, and reduced water pressure were all addressed with damaging equipment.
Fortunately for homeowners everywhere, that is no longer the case. We now use a camera inspection to easily find where any problem areas are, and to help us determine the best course of action for repair.
So how can a camera inspection from your local Buffalo Grove and suburban Chicago sewer experts at Lake Cook plumbing help? They help diagnose:
- Drain clogs
- Pipe damage
How Does Camera Inspection Work?
A Lake Cook Plumbing technician will send a fiber-optic cable with a camera attached to it down your drain so we can see exactly what’s going on. And even better? YOU can see everything, too. Many homeowners like to watch the video inspection so they can fully understand the process. Once we have the images, we’ll be able to easily clear and repair the problem.
Camera Inspection Benefits
Camera inspections aren’t just beneficial because they’re the least destructive option; they have other benefits, too:
- The ability to locate the exact spot of the problem: whether it be a clog, a leak, or some other plumbing headache. This helps keep the repair localized, and ends up being far less expensive for you.
- Early problem detection: You may have called us out for a minor drain clog, but while using the camera inspection, we could find other problems. This helps us catch these small issues before they become major nightmares!
- Accurate repairs: No guess work! With a camera inspection, we can guarantee that the work we do will fix your problem.
Tearing open your plumbing system to find a problem is not necessary. Call Lake Cook Plumbing today, and we’ll do it the easy way!