Camera Inspection and Pipe Location

Sink with water going down a drain

Top Dog Sewer & Drain has the latest in video camera recording technology. We have several different camera systems for inspecting drain lines. Camera inspection is for pipes of any material ranging in size from 1.25 inches to 12 inches.

Why Use Drain Cameras?

Everyone hopes when we come to service a drain in your home or business that we can solve the problem on the spot. Unfortunately that is not always possible. Sometimes drains are not just clogged but broken, misaligned, cracked, heavily degraded or bottomless. We do our best to repair damaged drain lines and get them working as well as possible. But when the drain needs more than a simple cleaning, it should be repaired. If the drain is underground or otherwise hidden, now what?

That is where the inspection camera comes in. Our drain inspection camera allows us to look inside the drain pipe and diagnose the problem while recording video for later reference. Then using sound location technology, our locator finds the problem and identifies its location. This information can save thousands in excavation costs. 

Drain Cameras Can Identify Potential Problems

We can also use inspection cameras in less dire circumstances like locating a drain line when adding a bathroom or other fixture to your home or business. Some drain blockages are recurring due to pitch issues, tree root infiltration, abuse or incorrectly installed plumbing. A drain camera inspection identifies the problem. Our highly experienced technicians can give insight on what needs to be repaired or give simple tips tailored to your drainage system to keep your drains flowing. With our drain inspection camera we can evaluate the condition of drainage pipes in a home or commercial space before a renovation project or property purchase. We can even find and retrieve items lost down the drain—we have rescued many sentimental pieces of jewelry.

Many older buildings experience drainage clogs after switching to high efficiency appliances and low flow toilets. It’s a great idea to inspect your drain system before spending a small fortune on fixtures that may not be a good fit for your home or business.

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