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Have your Drain or Sewer Inspected by Specialist Plumbers
Before the advent of CCTV drain cameras and recorders, a technician’s life was a lot more difficult. It involved a good deal of guesswork…too much, in fact. But now that’s all behind us, and so is a large number of jobs that once required excavation just to locate the problem, never mind repair it.
The Benefits of CCTV Drain Inspection
Here at Kalamunda Plumbing, we show up for every job with all our gear, including state-of-the-art CCTV drain cameras and recorders.
Here’s how CCTV drain inspection can benefit you:
- Pinpoints the exact location and extent of the problem
- Allows for spot-on and faster problem diagnosis
- That, in turn, facilitates accurate quotes and faster job completion
- The CCTV drain camera inspection process is safe and non-destructive
Drain Inspection Imagery and Videos
What’s more, we can take and record snapshots and live video and share them with you on DVD or your computer. Equally important, the CCTV drain camera is calibrated to accurately see what’s going on inside pipes of all diameters.
Not every sewer or drain job requires CCTV drain camera inspection. But for those that do, you’ll be doubly happy that you called Kalamunda Plumbing first…and last.
Frequently Asked Questions
CCTV drain and sewer inspections involve using a small camera attached to a flexible cable to inspect the inside of your pipes. This allows our plumbers to identify blockages, leaks, and other issues without the need for excavation.
A CCTV drain and sewer inspection can be useful for a variety of reasons, such as identifying the cause of blockages, locating leaks, and assessing the overall condition of your pipes. It can also be helpful before purchasing a new property to ensure there are no underlying issues with the drainage system
No, a CCTV drain and sewer inspection is non-invasive and does not require excavation. Our plumbers will insert the camera into your pipes through an existing access point, such as a drain or cleanout.
No, a CCTV inspection is non-invasive and does not damage your pipes. The camera is attached to a flexible cable that can navigate around bends and corners in your pipes without causing any harm.
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