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Topics: Video Sewer Inspection, Sewers

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It is often difficult to determine how severe sewer pipe damage is and where pipe damage is located without the use of pipe inspection cameras. If your home’s subterranean sewer pipes have been compromised by intrusion, poor installation, or natural elements, then contacting a trained plumbing specialist to inspect your pipes is a crucial first step. Read More
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Topics: Plumbing in Sacramento, Video Sewer Inspection, Sewers

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Your home’s plumbing system brings clean, fresh water into the house and then carries out used water through a sewer line. When a sewer line breaks, however, this flow comes to a screeching halt. Early detection can help manage a broken sewer line, but prevention remains the best way to keep your drains clear, clean, and flowing properly. Read More
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Topics: Commercial Plumbing, Video Sewer Inspection, Sewers

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As a business owner, you job is to make sure that you're doing the best job possible and providing quality service or products to your customers. However, if the plumbing system of your Sacramento business is not working properly, it can halt your business in its tracks. Knowing the condition of your pipes through regular inspection and maintenance can prevent a problem before it begins. However, if you're having sewer line issues, technicians using commercial video cameras can peer into your pipes with the aid of closed circuit TV (CCTV) and inspect them for leaks, blockage, obstructions, root growth or other issues that may be causing your sewage backups or the flooding of your business. Read More

Topics: Trenchless Technology, Video Sewer Inspection, Sewers

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Much like other home systems, you never think about your sewer pipes until they don't work properly. Your plumbing systems have to handle every drop of water that falls from your home's faucets. These systems also catch every strand of hair and cup of grease, as well as every ounce soap, shampoo, and laundry detergent, that enter your drains. When combined, these items can clog your pipes and cause a sewer backup. There are other causes of sewer backups, though, and like clogs, they can be unseen and lurk beneath your lawn or the floors of your home or business. Read More