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Schedule Your Sewer Video Inspection with Our Seattle Team

Encountering problems with your pipes? Sometimes, the culprit of such issues is obvious, but in other instances, you might not be so sure. Here’s where sewer line inspection comes in. This process allows the team at Seatown Electric Plumbing Heating and Air to identify any problems and diagnose potential concerns before they cause a significant issue. We’ve assisted numerous homeowners throughout the Seattle, WA area with premier plumbing services, as well as electrical and HVAC work as well. Considering a sewer line inspection? You’ve come to the right place!

Sewer Video Inspection

Learn the Basics of Sewer Video Inspection

What exactly is a sewer video inspection? At Seatown Electric Plumbing Heating and Air, you can schedule our team to run a device through your pipes to take a video of their insides. Depending on your circumstances, the video footage might record branch lines or the main sewer line. The footage we get from this process gives us a realistic, close-up view of the inner workings of your pipes. This process is a crucial diagnostic tool when it comes to finding potential problems with your pipes. Inspecting your sewer line with video technology is useful for identifying blockages or deciding if your system can handle an additional bathroom.

Adding Up the Costs of Sewer Line Inspection

The cost associated with sewer line inspection might vary significantly based on your circumstances. Homeowners can usually expect a price point between $100 and $300, but of course, this is just a rough estimate. Although it may be tempting to save money on sewer inspection, less expensive video inspection might not record your pipes in detail, meaning your plumbers could miss a major problem. You should also be aware of all the services that come with your sewer video inspection. The cost might include additional services, justifying a higher price.

Results You Can Count On

Sewer video inspection is among the best ways to stay ahead of the game when it comes to plumbing and maintenance. This comprehensive inspection can uncover severe problems with your sewer line you may not notice until it’s too late. Using this technology, you see a walk-through view of the inner-workings of your pipes, and the Seatown Electric Plumbing Heating and Air team can better decide how to rectify your problems. Our Seattle, WA team is trusted for electrical and HVAC work, so you know our plumbing services will be reliable as well.

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