Video pipe inspections can give you an inside look at pipes from 17 mm to 8 feet in diameter. These cameras can travel as far as 750 feet of pipe length to help give you a clear image of what’s going on.
Learn the various types of pipes you can inspect using video and the benefits that this inspection method brings to these different types of projects.
Commercial, residential, or municipal
If you’re experiencing drain backups or slow draining in your commercial, residential or municipal pipes, a video pipe inspection can help. This is also a great service to get if you’re considering purchasing a home and want to know more about what you can’t see.
Some things that this service can help diagnose and pinpoint, include:
- Pipe collapses
- Root intrusion
- Foreign objects
- Misaligned pipes
Without the video inspection, understanding the cause of slow drains or drain backups is challenging. You’ll discover the issue faster and be able to repair it with less digging and disruption to your property if you first get a video of it.
Sanitary and storm sewer mains
Avoid digging to figure out what’s going on with your sanitary or storm sewer main. You don’t want to have to pay to fix the property to figure out what’s wrong. Using a camera system, you can learn about bends, collapses and root intrusion within these important pipes.
And if you’re worried about hazardous areas where there is a risk of explosions, know that video inspections have protections in place to keep you safe no matter what’s lurking in your sanitary or storm sewer mains.
Laterals and condensate drains
Condensate drains help rid your home of moisture and keep your appliances running smoothly. But these lines can become clogged with dust, debris or ice. When the water can’t move through it, you have a serious problem that could lead to costly repairs for your appliances or HVAC system.
If you’re experiencing inefficient use of an appliance or HVAC that uses a condensate drain, you should have a video inspection to determine what’s wrong with it. That way, you reduce your energy bills and avoid costly repairs.
Industrial water supply/return lines
Water supply and return lines play an essential role in bringing water to your building. Discovering leaks, clogs and damage to these pipes can ensure you keep water supply lines safe and effective.
Without video inspection, you can turn off the wrong supply lines, dig and discover you still have work to do to resolve the issue. Video inspection tells you exactly the tools you’ll need to resolve the issue and help you solve your water supply issues quickly.
Foundation drains that are not working properly could be quite costly if you dig up your basement or building’s foundation to get to the bottom of the problem. Video pipe inspection can help you figure out the cause of the issue so that you can resolve it with as little disruption to your building as possible.
Foul smells coming from your drain or issues with water not draining properly could be signs it’s time for a video inspection.
Need to see what’s inside an empty conduit? Video inspections offer a look into a wide variety of conduits, including:
- And more
That way you have a clear understanding of what’s going on and can make an informed decision about reusing these empty conduits or removing them if needed.
For video pipe inspection services, call ACS Underground Solutions at 203-544-7190 or contact us 24/7.
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