How CCTV Makes Drainage Inspection Easy2

A blocked drain can be a homeowner’s nightmare. Blocks have many causes, and getting to the root of the problem can be a long, difficult process. Luckily, the use of closed-circuit television (CCTV) for drainage inspection has been an excellent advancement, offering numerous benefits for both homeowners and plumbers. These benefits include:

  • Versatility

The CCTV camera is a one-size-fits-all approach and an effective tool for inspecting pipes of different sizes, forms, and types. Its versatility allows more efficient inspection while providing quicker results.

  • Speedy Analysis

When you have a clogged drain, you want it fixed immediately. CCTV cameras speed up the process because the plumber is able to see everything in real-time on a TV screen, allowing him/her to accurately diagnose the problem right away.

  • Real-Time Results and Reporting 

Once the camera is lowered down the drain, the technician can view the internal structure of the pipe and the condition of the blockage. The entire inspection process is also recorded on DVD. This helps plumbers more easily diagnose and report problems.

  • Cost-Effective

CCTV camera is the least expensive method of quickly identifying issues within pipes, drains, and sewers. It avoids the major cost of diagnosing through an inconvenient excavation.

  • Convenient

CCTV drainage inspection minimizes disruption by eliminating the need for digging and other intrusive diagnostics. This means homeowners can go about their normal day-to-day activities without plumbers all over the property.

  • Portability

CCTV cameras are lightweight and can be set up easily and transported anywhere by the plumber.


How CCTV Makes Drainage Inspection Easy


Common Problems Revealed by a CCTV Camera

These are the most common problems technicians come across when performing a CCTV drainage inspection:

  • Cracked, misaligned, and collapsed pipes
  • Crushed pipework
  • Lodged foreign objects
  • Tree roots growing into the pipe

When You Need a CCTV Camera Inspection

If you notice persistent drain issues but the source of the problem is not apparent, a CCTV drain inspection is an accurate tool to diagnose the problem. Contact a licensed plumber if you notice any of the following signs:

  • Unpleasant odour from the sink, drains, basement, or washer/dryer area
  • Slow-draining water or sewage back-up
  • Gurgling noises
  • Persistent blockage



How CCTV Makes Drainage Inspection Easy


Call Plumbing Authority Inc. at (647) 992-7473 for a quick and reliable drain service in Orangeville, Ontario. Our team of plumbing specialists is on call 24/7 to provide you with speedy service and to identify and fix any plumbing problems quickly and efficiently.