When a clog develops and your drains slow up, the only thing you know is that there is a problem. Unless the clog is in the trap or the drain from the fixture to the wall, you can’t do anything more than call a Denver plumber and hope they know how to fix it. Until recently, technology wasn’t advanced enough to identify specific problems once they were deeper than the wall.
Today, Bell Plumbing & Heating uses the newest Denver video pipe inspection technology to check for problems in your drain lines. This allows us to look inside your home’s pipes and check for clogs, leaks, cracks or obstructions that are either causing a problem or will do so in the future.
How Denver Video Pipe Inspection Works
Video pipe inspection involves placing a scope with an optical lens on the end into your pipes and checking for specific problems in the line. This can be done with indoor drain pipes, traps, and outdoor drains and sewer lines. A Denver plumber must still determine where the problem is most likely to have developed (and used highly specialized locating equipment to do so) but once that is done, we can use the video pipe inspection device to look closer at the issue and determine the optimum course of action.
The reason this works so well and we recommend it for so many homes is that it allows us to see exactly what is happening inside of a pipe. In the past, the optimum solution for a major problem in your pipes was to open a wall or dig up the pipe and start working on it. With Denver video pipe inspection we can now look in advance and make an informed decision on what to do next. This saves money by eliminating unnecessary repair work and reduces damage done to your home and property for emergency repairs.
Denver Video Pipe Inspection As Part of Regular Maintenance
We offer a comprehensive maintenance program for all major plumbing systems which allows us to keep your system in good working order on an annual basis. As part of this maintenance service we use the video line to check for possible problems. Specific problems that might develop include roots in the sewer line, clogs in the drains, build–up of plaque from grease and food waste in both, or cracks or leaks developing in pipes due to age.
If you are concerned about one or more parts of your Denver home’s plumbing system and would like to learn about video pipe inspection and how it operates, call our team of plumbers. We can perform a comprehensive series of checks on your plumbing system to look for possible problems without causing any unnecessary damage to your home or property and then recommend the optimum course of action to repair those issues quickly and properly.