Sewer Camera Inspection Services
If you’re reading this, chances are you’re experiencing difficulties with your plumbing system. Whether it’s a serious clog, chronically overflowing toilets, “cranky” elderly plumbing, or another issue, a Next Level sewer camera inspection can help you get to the root of the problem. Serving locations across North Carolina, Next Level has the tools, technology, and professional staff to have your home or business back to normal in no time!
Why is a sewer camera inspection necessary?
A sewer camera inspection is a powerful diagnostic tool, and is used by the Next Level team to get a clear picture of the state of your pipes, the nature of your damage, and where the problem is located. This is in contrast to traditional methods, which used an estimated guess to locate the source of your plumbing problem. Another good reason to arrange a sewer camera inspection is prior to the purchase of a new home. Though typical home inspections are extremely thorough, they fail to provide an in-depth assessment of the building’s plumbing. All pipes, regardless of their material or what they’re used for, have a natural lifespan, which can be drastically shortened depending on the actions of the previous owner (for example, disposing of kitchen grease into pipes can seriously clog them and lead to further damage). Without knowing the true state of your new home’s plumbing system, you could be facing a hefty expense soon after the already considerable expenditure of purchasing a house!
Preventing problems before they start
A great way to mitigate plumbing problems is starting a first line of defence in your home or workplace. Use the following tips to keep your drains clear and your plumbing in good working order:
- Trash talk: Place a wastebasket in each bathroom of your building, and encourage family members or employees to use it for any waste that can’t be broken up under a running tap in several seconds. Feminine hygiene products, facial tissues, dental floss, wet wipes, and other trash should never be disposed of in plumbing, as it can cause serious clogging.
- Slick moves: Kitchen grease should always be disposed of in the garbage, and never in your plumbing. If poured into your drains, it will coat the pipe similarly to cholesterol coating an artery. Try pouring kitchen grease into tossable containers (such as yogurt cups), then freezing them. When taking out your trash, toss the frozen grease cup in the bag just before walking out the door.
- Spring cleaning: Consider ordering an annual sewer camera inspection and drain cleaning service. Experts recommend this occur once a year for optimal performance of your drains. Any time of year is suitable, as long as outdoor temperatures permit the ground to be soft.
Contact Next Level Today
If you’re in need of a plumbing system repair in North Carolina, or would like more information on our services, contact Next Level. One of our professionals is ready to take your call now - we look forward to talking with you soon! -b