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Video Camera Inspection

Find it Fast!—Eyes in the Line

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Identify problems in sewers, septic and plumbing lines quickly and efficiently with a video location camera inspection today.
We've got you covered.

In order to ensure you are doing a good job of hydro jetting or snaking a sewer line, you must see it. At Fletcher Plumbing we believe in this completely and that is why we added sewer camera’s to all our service truck standard equipment. All of our service trucks have a sewer video camera on them with the capability of scoping from 1 ½” lines to 4' lines. In addition, the cameras have a transmitter built into them that allows us to use our locating equipment to find it. The locating equipment is also standard truck stock equipment. Having this combination of equipment on our service trucks allows us to scope, look and find any problems.

Issues a Video Camera Can Detect

Video camera inspection can detect damage to:

  • Tree Roots — A plumbing video camera can spot tree roots without having to dig up pipe to get to the problem.
  • Objects — Often without your knowledge someone has flushed something down the toilet that didn’t belong—be it toy, jewelry, paper or fabric.
  • Leaks & Cracked Pipes — Discover small leaks and cracks in a pipe before it leads to a larger emergency flood.
  • Collapsed Pipe — Debris from a collapsed pipe buildup in a line, leading to a clog.

Signs You Make Have A Leak

You may have a leak, if you notice any of the following:

  • hear a dripping sound without seeing any water
  • notice musty or damp odors
  • hear groaning noises or a squealing sound when you turn on a faucet
  • your monthly water bill spikes

If you experience any of these signs, schedule service for a video camera inspection to determine the cause of the problem.