A sewer camera inspection is a process that inspects a property’s sewer line by inserting a video camera in the sewer pipe. Potential issues can be identified and located with a high resolution video camera. Some problems that can be identified are leaks, cracks, breaks and blockages, such as roots.

How Does it Work?

A highly flexible snake or rod is run through a plumbing pipe, conduit or sewer line.

It has a miniature high-resolution camera on the end that picks up all visual images of the pipe interior.

It is commonly manually fed by a technician who studies the images and determines the depth or line-to-surface distance via a radio transmitter.

The direction of the snake-rod can be manipulated by slight turns and adjustments.

The inspection video can be recorded for future viewing, and the best cameras routinely pick up drain depth, the type of pipe material, and the flow direction.

A camera can find damaged sections of pipe that have been cracked or rusted to the point of deterioration. It can also find misaligned joints or sections of pipe that have separated.

The Poo Crew is trained to locate broken pipes and clogs so we can restore your services as quick as possible.