Is a Sewer Camera Inspection Worth It?

Imagine you’re in a lovely Anaheim home, with a gorgeous yard perfect for those Orange County summer barbecues.

But, one fine morning, you wake up to a not-so-pleasant smell wafting through your home. You wonder, “What on earth is that?” It’s your sewer line acting up, and you’re clueless about what’s going on down there.

This is where a sewer camera inspection comes in – a real game changer.

What’s a Sewer Camera Inspection?

A sewer camera inspection is when a flexible fiber optic cable with a high-resolution video camera on the tip is navigated through your sewer lines to see what you can’t.

What’s remarkable about these inspections is their precision. With our state-of-the-art technology, we can professionally diagnose and pinpoint the location of almost any issue: blockages from tree roots (a common culprit in our leafy Anaheim neighborhoods), cracked or collapsed pipes, or even sneaky build-up that’s been growing over time.

When Do You Need a Sewer Camera Inspection?

If your toilets are gurgling, drains are becoming frequently clogged, or there’s an odor in your home that shouldn’t be, it’s probably time to contact Barker and Sons to take a look at your sewer lines so you can see what’s really going on down there.

A Real-Life Orange County Success

Let me circle back to our stinky sewer story. Our team conducted a sewer camera inspection and found tree roots invading the pipes.

Instead of having to dig up the customer’s yard looking for the root intrusion, we were able to pinpoint the location, address it promptly, and save the homeowner from a front yard disaster.

Seeing is Believing

So, is a sewer camera inspection worth it? Absolutely. A camera sewer inspection brings your unseen sewer problems to light and ensures your home remains the sanctuary it should be.

At Barker & Sons, we offer a complimentary sewer camera inspection with any drain cleaning service. We want to ensure that you’re informed and prepared, with no surprises lurking in your pipes.

It isn’t just about fixing immediate problems; it’s about giving you a comprehensive health check for your plumbing.