The plumbing system is an extensive system that runs into the home, throughout the home, and then to the outdoors.
It is a long maze that is difficult to follow unless you are an experienced plumber who understands the network and the components that make up the network.
One of the main features of the plumbing system is the different types of pipes.
There are pipes that bring water into the home and pipes that carry waste water out of the home to the septic tank.
Because the plumbing system is an intricate network of pipes running in and out of the home, it is often not easy for a homeowner to locate a problem.
If you have problem in your pipes such as a possible blockage somewhere in the line, you will often need the services of a plumber who can locate the blockage and make the appropriate repair.
On device a plumber can use to identify a problem in a pipe is a video camera.
There was a time when the only way to find an unidentified blockage in the pipes was to dig up the ground in various areas until the problem was located.
Today plumbers can find the precise location of a problem without having to excavate in many areas.
A video camera pipe inspection allows for real-time visual inspection of the plumbing pipes.
By using video inspection camera, a plumber can identify pipe damage and any blockages that are preventing the water from flowing through the system.
A video recording is made as the camera travels through the pipes so the plumber can identify the problem as soon as the camera records it.
The plumber can then show the homeowner the video and then provide the estimate for the cost of repair.
As well, a video recording can also be used to show a homeowner how dirty the pipes are and why they need to be thoroughly cleaned.
The plumber uses a long flexible fibber optic video camera and feeds it through the sewer line. It can be operated by remote control.
There are a variety of different problems that video cameras pinpoint during a pipe inspection.
This can include: cracked or broken pipes, misaligned pipes, clogs, corroded pipes, leaking joints, root penetration, and sections of pipe that sunk into the ground creating a pool of waste.
There have also been many cases where video inspection cameras have been used to locate lost items such as jewellery.
Plumbers today have a wide variety of high tech tools to help them diagnose a problem.
A video camera is an ideal method of inspecting pipes for damage and blockages. It is also a good way for you to make sure your pipes are still in good condition.
If a problem is identified, the plumber can make the repair before it gets worse and causes really serious damage and an expensive repair bill.
A video inspection by a professional plumber will help ensure your plumbing systems stays in optimal working condition.