When purchasing or selling a home, we strongly suggest including a drain line inspection in your due diligence. Inspecting the drain line is the only means of confirming whether the main drain line is in good shape or has issues like cracks, clogs, root intrusion, deterioration, or other hidden defects, which can be expensive to repair.
We use cutting-edge equipment and software for report writing to conduct drain line video inspections. This involves running a video camera through the main drain line of a house to assess its condition and identify any necessary repairs or maintenance. We provide both written and video reports on the same day, along with a summary and recommendations for repairs or maintenance.
While thermal imaging is an impressive technology, it does have its limitations. It’s important to recognize that like any inspection method, it cannot predict future conditions. However, if our thermal imaging camera detects moisture intrusion during an inspection, we can alert the client that this issue will likely result in severe structural problems if left unaddressed. This is not a prediction of the future, but rather a recommendation to hire a licensed roof contractor to investigate the issue further.
A drain line inspection is necessary to identify typical recommendations such as sewer cleaning, hydro-jetting, line coating, or drain line replacement. To get this essential service, head over to our contact page to get in touch with our team today.