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Camera Sewer Inspection

Sewer pipelines do not last a lifetime; you need to check for internal and external damages regularly. To ensure smooth and proper functioning of the drain, it is imperative that you test the drainage system for blockages or any other damage.

Oftentimes roots, sludge, excessive mud, and other debris clog the drainage system and can create a nuisance if left unchecked for an extended period of time.

BBC Rooter, with our innovative and advanced plumbing techniques and fixtures, is the trusted name in Los Angeles.

Read on to find out more about the kind of services we offer and the reasons why BBC Rooter is our go-to problem solver when your properties are plagued by mysterious and nagging plumbing defects.

Camera Inspection – Uncovering the Minutest of Plumbing FlawsSewer camera inspection is a smart method to check on your underground drainage system. It involves sending high-tech video cameras into the sewer line. The camera footage helps our technicians gauge the actual condition of your house’s drain line.

Camera inspection is not just guess work and digging – Our professional technicians diagnose the condition of your line and recommend the best plan of action to remedy the issue. Sending in a camera assists you in identifying the issue; it helps you pinpoint exactly what went wrong or might go wrong and how to take care of it.

How Does it Work?Sewer camera inspection involves sending a small video camera device into your sewer line. The other end of the camera clearly captures the condition of the line as well as the drain movement in great detail. At BBC Rooter, we offer clients exceptional sewer camera inspection and pipelining services at very reasonable rates.

The Need for Camera InspectionCamera inspection is especially useful in determining underground damages, cracks in pipes, or any other form of external damage to the inner chamber.
Our team of highly trained and experienced technicians are trained to deal with issues such as root intrusion, sludge accumulation, grease buildup, and leaks. The technique also comes handy when you are buying a new house as it helps you check which sewer lines are clear and which ones need to be repaired.

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