How Sewer Camera Inspections Work
What makes Nu Flow St. Louis a leader among pipe lining companies in St. Louis, MO is our attention to detail. Sewer camera inspections are a key part of many of the services we offer. Here's a closer look at how this method works.
When is a Sewer Camera Inspection Necessary?
A common reason to perform a sewer camera inspection is experiencing frequent clogs, slow drains, and other signs that suggest a sewer problem. This type of inspection might also be done to determine if you may benefit from CIPP pipe lining in St. Louis, MO. This is because the affected pipe needs to be stable enough to support the liner.
Accessing the Affected Pipe
The first step we take during a sewer camera inspection is to access the pipe that needs to be evaluated. This is typically done through an access point called a cleanout that often already exists. Through the cleanout, we insert a flexible rod. A lighted, high-definition camera is attached to the rod and guided down into the sewer line.
Conducting the Inspection
As the camera is guided downward, real-time images are viewed by a technician on a monitor from above. This allows the Nu Flow St. Louis team to assess the condition of the sewer line carefully and thoroughly. The results, which you'll be able to view for yourself as well, will determine if sewer pipe lining in St. Louis, MO is right for your situation or if another approach to sewer line restoration is more appropriate.
Schedule a Sewer Camera Inspection
Find out if you may benefit from trenchless pipe lining in St. Louis, MO. Reach out to Nu Flow St. Louis and we'll perform a sewer camera inspection to let you know for sure what's going on with your sewer lines.
Contact Nu Flow St. Louis today to learn more about cast iron pipe lining in St. Louis, MO, and related services we offer. Feel free to call us or fill out the online form to schedule your appointment.