SEWER CAMERA INSPECTIONS
DRAIN CLEANING AND HYDRO-JETTING
SEWER SMOKE TESTING
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The main sewer line of a property is a vital component that often goes un-noticed until it is to late. While a sure sign, waiting for backups or other problems to arise before directing your attention to this system can often lead to high cost repairs that could have been avoided as well as the headaches of not being able to use your facilities.. At Drain Vision our goal is to keep you apprised of the health of your sewer line and help you avoid those potentially costly issues from ever occurring!
All of our inspections include a Color copy of the entire sewer line (viewed through a Youtube link) accompanied by a very detailed written report. Both of these are emailed directly to you within 1 to 2 days of the inspection!
When left neglected for extended periods of time roots can eventually block and/or damage the pipe they are intruding into. With hydro-jetting we push 4000 psi of water pressure through the affected pipes in order to flush out and descale buildup from interior of pipe without damaging the integrity of the existing line. With snaking we cable the line with full pipe diameter cutter knives in order to ensure blockage is completely cleared.
With Drain Vision, we always use proper equipment when cleaning a sewer system to ensure the most thorough root removal possible with either method.
SEWER SMOKE TESTING
Smoke testing is a simple and quick way to avoid having to open walls in search of the sources of toxic sewer gases/odors, insects, rodents, or water damage. Guesswork is eliminated since a visible element is added to the odor source.
Having the smoke test performed may save you from undertaking unnecessary repairs in an attempt to address the issues listed above. Sewer odors do not always indicate a major deficiency in the sewer pipes. The smoke test results may point to a solution as simple as replacing a wax ring on a toilet or replacing a p-trap under a sink.
A non-toxic smoke, or vapor, will be blown into the sewer, storm, or grease system via an access point such as a roof vent stack opening or a clean-out. The smoke will then travel throughout the pipes, pressurizing the drainage system, and manifest itself at or near the source of leaks.
When you need to locate a pipe or utility cable underground, utility location equipment can help you find it easier and faster. ... The basic premise behind an underground utility locator is that it works by producing and transmitting a signal onto a utility that is metallic that the receiver can detect.