The camera significantly shortens the entire inspection process from around a day to a few hours.
PASO ROBLES, California (PRWEB)
January 25, 2021
Problems with septic tanks, leach fields, pipes, and the septic tank used to be tedious to solve and repair. The tank had to be exposed and pumped, the pipes had to be “looped” to find blockages and underground leaks. Sky Sepulveda, the Paso Robles plumber from Quality 1st Plumbing and Drains, recently announced a quick troubleshooting and inspection with sewer inspection cameras.
“A sewer inspection camera is fiberglass, about the size of a cell phone, and is attached to a long flexible metal cable that we insert into the opening,” said Sepulveda. The camera is controlled remotely as the cable unwinds and pushes the camera deeper down the sewer lines. Lights on the camera illuminate the area in the further course and the cable is connected to a display so that the technician can see everything in the view of the camera.
Inspecting the camera will avoid digging the lawn or tearing the ground down to locate a problem. All that is needed is an opening in the sewage system from which the camera can be fed. Roots and other blockages are easy to locate, as are cracks and other damage to the pipes or septic tank. Once a problem has been identified and located:
The camera significantly shortens the entire inspection process from around a day to a few hours. Advanced repair technologies like pipe bursting reduce the repair…