PLUMBING CAMERA INSPECTIONS FOR THE VALLEY
High-Tech Plumbing Solutions from Penguin Air & Plumbing
Video pipe inspections allow for real-time visual exploration of underground sewer lines and other piping through a sophisticated video system. Our high-tech video inspection system uses a flexible fiber optic cable with a specially designed high-resolution video camera. The camera is inserted into the pipe for inspection. Video images are transmitted to the Penguin Air & Plumbing specialist who will diagnose the condition of your pipes.
High-Tech Plumbing Inspections
Our video cameras can be used to identify pipe damage and obstructions that inhibit the proper flow or create occasional or repeated backups. These cameras also verify that obstructions have been eliminated and that the lines are clean following service. The condition of a pipe typically cannot be determined without a visual inspection using an in-line camera.
This is why plumbing videos are frequently used during our plumbing inspections throughout the area. It’s nearly impossible to find (with the naked eye) where a crack, leak, or break may have occurred and it’s extremely expensive to continue digging until the problem is located.
Plumbing Video Pipe Inspections Assess:
- Damaged Pipes – Collapsed, cracked, or broken pipes require repair or replacement for safety and efficiency. Damaged pipes can be repaired or replaced more efficiently with video technology.
- Flow Restriction – Buildup of materials or an object restricting or prohibiting proper flow can lead to further damage of the pipe. If you are experiencing drain flow restriction, having your pipes inspected today may help to avoid costly repairs or replacement in the future.
- Corrosion – Corroded pipes are inefficient and unsafe. When the pipe has deteriorated to the point of breakage, it may collapse on itself restricting water flow and causing potential damage to the surrounding areas. A video pipe inspection can determine if your pipes have reached a level of corrosion that could cause damage to your home.
- Sunken Pipe – Pipes in Phoenix are subject to sinking due to ground conditions. A pipe that is buried in unstable soil may move creating a bottleneck in the pipe, which collects debris, slowing water flow. A video inspection of the pipe will help determine the best course for the plumbing repair.
- Leaking – Seals around connecting pipe joints can fail. This will allow water to escape, potentially causing damage to the surrounding area or the pipe itself. A plumbing video inspection of the pipe will reveal areas of failure.
- Root Infiltration – Roots from trees or shrubs can penetrate and damage the sewer line and other pipes. Invading roots can also prevent cleaning of the pipes. Having a licensed plumber perform a video inspection of your pipes and sewer line can prevent further damage from occurring.
If you are experiencing problems with your plumbing, call the experienced, award-winning team at Penguin Air & Plumbing. Our high tech plumbing camera inspection will find the problem quickly and efficiently.