A sewer line inspection will allow the inspector to visually inspect the interior of the sewer line piping, in order to identify defects and hidden issues. The High-definition camera at the end of the snake sends a video signal back to a monitor where the videos and photos are recorded. The transmitter records the depth and location of obstructions and defects in the line. Some of the problems identified may be; misaligned piping, corrosion, cracking and root intrusion. Due to the high cost of sewer repair, it is always a good idea to order a sewer inspection along with your home inspection.
Main line Hydro Jetting
The pump on our hydro jet truck puts out an impressive 4500 PSI of water pressure at 20 gallons per minute. The hydro jetting trucks high pressure and large water volume are key to effectively removing roots. The main hose reel is hydraulically controlled and has 600′ of hose. This large reel allows us to service remote areas and long sewer runs with ease. The motor is a powerful diesel motor. It is designed to have plenty of torque and will run for long hours. We have a giant 525 gallon water tank which allows for plenty of water to do the job. The truck is also equipped with two smaller auxiliary reels. These are used for hydro jetting smaller drains.
The Plumbing Inspection includes:
The main water supply shut-off valve
The main fuel supply shut-off valve
The water heating equipment, including the energy source, venting connections, temperature/pressure-relief (TPR) valves, Watts 210 valves, and seismic bracing
Interior water supply, including all fixtures and faucets, by running the water
All toilets for proper operation by flushing
All sinks, tubs and showers for functional drainage
The drain, waste and vent system
Drainage sump pumps with accessible floats
Licensed Contractor Inspection
All of our contractor inspections are performed by Licensed Contractors and can be ordered separate from, or added to your normal property inspection.