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Sewer Camera Inspections

Sewer camera inspection or CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) drain survey is an accurate and quick way to get a detailed and instant look at the ongoing situation of underground sewer drainage systems. And as we give best sewer repair services in Oahu, Hawaii, you can trust our experts. Using the world’s most sophisticated CCTV survey equipment, Hawaii Drain Cleaning Squad camera units enable us to get the best results from any CCTV drain or sewer survey.

Sewer camera inspection is the accurate and quick way to get a detailed and instant look at the ongoing situation of underground sewer drainage systems.

What We Look For During Sewer Camera Inspection

The sewer systems under and within your home are important for your daily life comfort. And if something goes wrong with your sewer lines and system, you could be looking at major damage to your home due to a leak, or you will experience an unpleasant stench that doesn’t seem to go away. In order to avoid some big sewer line problems, routine inspections and maintenance are essential. It’s a bit tricky to know the issues happening with your sewer lines as they are hidden under the ground and in the walls, but you can still deal with them availing Hawaii Drain Cleaning Squad’s smart plumbing services.

At Hawaii Drain Cleaning Squad, our proficient sewer and drain service specialists have an amazing way to inspect your sewer systems closely and clearly. Thanks to the advancement in technology, we can perform complete video camera inspections that give us a complete inside look into your home’s pipework.

During a sewer camera inspection, there are five things we look for the most:

Clogs: There are so many typical items that end up down drains and cause a line-blockage, from grease and egg shells to hygiene products and hair, anything can be the reason behind clogged sewer lines. Our video camera inspection is the perfect way to locate the exact location of the clog with ease.

Leaks: A leaking pipe is likely the most common issue we find during our video camera inspections. A loose end or a little crack that starts with a tiny leak, can become a big problem. And if we find a big problem while inspection, we try to act quickly to resolve the issue.

Pipe collapses: Whether it’s old or new pipes, if they aren’t installed incorrectly, they can collapse under the weight of the soil.

Tree roots: Did you know that the beautiful trees in your yard can also be the source of your sewer and drain problems? It is not unusual for tree roots to intrude into pipes and damage them.

Corrosion: Of course, rust and corrosion can always be a problematic thing for pipelines. Video camera inspections can point us right to the problematic area so we can get to work on repairs and replacements.

Typical Damage Found in Sewer Line Repairs

  • Corrosion caused by cracks in deteriorating pipes.
  • The ground around as well as beneath a building’s structure changes gradually creating damaged pipes.
  • Freezing temperature levels create obstructions in the sewage system lines causing them to rupture.
  • Spreading tree roots grow into holes in pipelines, creating fractures in the pipes.
  • Accumulation of debris, food, oil, and hair will most certainly cause blockages adding additional stress on drain lines, ultimately creating more damage.
  • An improper installment of sewage system lines can wreak havoc, causing more damage.
  • Inadequate city sewer systems can create backups in every system.

We Offer Sewer Line Repair & Replacement

The system of pipes that carry waste and sewage away from homes and commercial properties to designated disposal sites and treatment plants is called a Sewage System. These systems are installed underground, and are safe. There are warning signs, however, that your sewer is in need of repair:

  • Foul odor coming from the yard or basement. This could be a warning that the sewage is unable to travel to the main sewer lines.
  • Backup in your bathtub or toilet, or there isn’t water in the toilet bowls.
  • Flooding in areas of your home or yard around your sewage lines from leaking joints.
  • Slow movement in bathtub and sink drains, or no movement at all.