At Go Direct Services, Our Special Offer on Denver Sewer Scope Inspections Saves You Money!
As a Denver homeowner, you may have heard of a sewer scope, but you may not know when it’s needed, how it’s used, or how much a sewer scope costs. That’s normal. Plumbing is something we don’t think about—until something goes wrong; then, we need help fast.
The good news is Go Direct has you covered when it comes to sewer scope costs. In fact, right now we have a special offer on our site that will help you not only get ready for winter but also avoid a potential plumbing problem over the holidays. Our $79 residential sewer scope and clean offer is a great price on one of our most popular services, and right now it’s available to all residential customers in the areas we serve.
So now that you know where to go, you may still be wondering how a sewer scope works. Simply put, a sewer scope is a waterproof electronic camera on a flexible rod that lets a trained technician visually inspect your sewer lines and any other underground pipes that may be part of your home’s foundation. A flexible rod allows the sewer scope camera to travel through the pipe in real time—even around tricky turns or corners—so that your technician can see the condition of your pipes. Sewer scopes enable your Go Direct Services technician to diagnose any existing or potential problems with your line and suggest cost-effective, no-middleman solutions. The images captured by the sewer scope are saved and become part of your customer history.
Some of the problems that make a sewer scope and clean worthwhile include repeated drain clogs, backups, or slow drainage. Lost jewelry or other issues can also be addressed with a sewer scope. Best of all, a sewer scope and video record is also a smart idea when you’re thinking of purchasing one of our many older homes to make sure that expensive repairs don’t come up after closing.
To learn more about sewer scope costs and how Go Direct Services can save you money, visit us at https://www.godirectmobile.wpengine.com. Our limited time offer is available now on our homepage.
At Go Direct, we understand our Denver area customers want their problems fixed quickly, and have representatives available 24/7 to take your calls at 303.288.0039.
When Denver homeowners experience backups, unpleasant smells, slow drains, or clogs, they often try to fix things on their own first. Homeowners try plungers, drain cleaners, or the type of snake available in hardware stores to clear blockages without knowing the root cause of the problem.
To diagnose hidden sewer problems at your Denver home, Go Direct starts with a video inspection using a sewer camera pushed through your pipes on a sewer snake. Depending on where the backup occurs, we will run the sewer camera down branch lines (from sinks, showers, or bathtubs to the main line) or down the house’s main sewer line leading out to the street where it connects with the municipal sewer line.
Once we view your sewer lines with the sewer camera, we can pinpoint whether the sewer backup is being caused by tree roots, clogs, scale, cracks, debris, slope issues, bellies, sewer channels, or misaligned, broken, punctured, off-grade, or corroded pipes.
If the sewer camera finds a clog and can push through the obstruction, it will continue out to the main sewer line to see if there are additional problem areas. The sewer snake can then grab the clogs and pull them out. If the sewer camera finds buildup and debris, sewer jetting will be recommended.
If significant damage is found in the sewer line, technicians can use the transmitter on the sewer camera to prepare for excavation. Our technician stops the camera at the damaged area, then goes outside and waves a locating device until it picks up the transmitter’s signal. The area is marked so we know where to dig to replace the sewer line.
Before you purchase a new home, consider doing a sewer camera inspection in addition to a routine home inspection to avoid problems and expensive repairs after you move in.
Plumbing Camera Inspection Cost in Denver
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.