“A picture’s worth a thousand words” A picture, or a video, is worth a thousand words. That’s very true when comes to your home or property’s main drain line, or sewer line. Today sewer lines are easily inspectable using a sewer video camera inspection device. A sewer video inspection camera is exactly that. It’s a video camera that is inserted into a property’s sewer via a clean-out or prepared opening. The camera head is sent “downstream” and relays a clear reception back to the video monitor. At the video monitor the plumber and the customer can see, and make an assessment of the sewer line's condition. A locator head can also be part of the video assessment. These heads relay the precise above ground location, via a transmitted signal, of any problem areas. A thorough and professional inspection can help your plumber and you make the correct decision regarding your sewer line. If it’s determined that the sewer line is in need of replacement, a trenchless application may work best. See our October 2011 blog regarding trenchless sewer line replacements.
A picture says a 1000 words. Here is Barney Huddleson and Bradley Maples. Barney is in his 33rd year here. His skill level is at the pinnacle of any measurable standard for plumbing. He is outstanding at passing along his skill to our younger ones.