Video Inspection Services
At Dutton Plumbing, we only use the latest and greatest technology available in the plumbing industry. This includes video inspection services, which utilize a camera to inspect your pipes and drains. This technology is especially useful for exploring reoccurring problems in your home or business’s sewer lines, which tend to be buried deep underground. With such high-end technology in our hands, the expert plumbers we have on staff can perform their job more adequately and professionally than before. Finding the source of a leak or a clog is easier when you can simply stick a camera down the line in one simple move.
The video inspection camera we utilize for pipe inspection is a flexible rod capable of traveling through the pipes quite carefully. Our professionally trained technicians will insert the rod into the pipe with a high-end camera attached to the tip. This camera can be used in pipes that range in diameter from 2 inches to 36 inches, allowing us to perform a comprehensive check of the entire plumbing system without ripping any pipes apart or making dangerous mistakes.
Your drain, much like the pipes in your home, are subject to clogs or leaks. When it comes to finding the problem, especially with a clog, the flowing water may push the object or barricade further into the system. Locating the issue can be daunting for an inexperienced plumber without the correct technology. With video inspection cameras, however, our plumber can easily insert the camera into the drain and find the problem. The job can be completed quicker and more efficiently.
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