Sewer Scopes

Sewer Scope Inspection

A sewer scope inspection is a video inspection of the lateral sewer line from the house at or near the foundation to the city/HOA tap or septic tank.

The purpose of a sewer scope is to discover defects within the pipe, such as root intrusions, cracks/collapse, sag/bellies, offsets, warpage, blockages, etc. Because the sewer lateral is only visible with a sewer camera, these defects will typically go unnoticed during a general home inspection. 

Your inspection comes with a photo report and/or a link to a private Youtube video.

Further, a full drain replacement can cost upwards of 10 grand! So the question is, can you really afford NOT to have your sewer line inspected?  

***see the short video I recorded below on Orangeburg drains, a very common type of drain on houses built prior to the 1970s.

CLICK HERE TO SEE SOME REAL SAMPLES FROM OUR SEWER SCOPE INSPECTIONS

sewer scope inspection lateral sewer line image
sewer scope inspection camera delamination/blister
delamination/blister in Orangeburg
sewer scope inspection video root intrusion
root instrusion in clay
sewer scope inspection report corrosion & obstruction in cast iron
corrossion & obstruction in cast iron
sewer scope inspection offset fernco in PVC
offset fernco in PVC
pvc damaged in sewer line
crushed/damaged PVC
pvc root intrusion seen from sewer scope
root instrusion at PVC joint
sewer scope seeing pvc broken with roots
damaged PVC w/ roots
sewer scope inspection blistering orangeburg
blistering Orangeburg

Sewer Scope Inspection Camera: Orangeburg Drain Pipe

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