One of the most important steps Go Direct takes when arriving at your Denver area home is a plumbing camera inspection of your sewer lines. This allows us to look through your sewer lines with the plumbing camera, so we can tell whether the sewer backup is caused by tree roots, clogs, scale, cracks, debris, slope issues, bellies, sewer channels, or other issues in the sewer line.
What does a plumbing camera inspection cost in the metro Denver area? Plumbing camera inspection costs are far less than the cost of sewer repairs if problems go undetected. Go Direct runs a plumbing camera through your pipes on a plumbing snake. We view the inside of the pipe on the screen of a handheld device. The plumbing camera picks up a variety of problems, including tree roots, misaligned, broken, punctured, off-grade or corroded pipes. The plumbing camera also identifies grease buildup, leaks, clogs, and obstructions.
We also offer plumbing camera inspections for prospective homebuyers who want to make sure the house they plan to purchase doesn’t have sewage problems. Just like a cost of regular home inspection, the cost of a plumbing camera inspection protects homeowners from costly, hidden problems after they move in.
If the plumbing camera finds a clog while doing the plumbing camera inspection, the plumbing snake can grab the clogs and pull them out. We call this a “Scope & Clean.” We can repeat the inspection after any service to verify the line has been properly cleaned or repaired.