Technology has infiltrated every industry around the world. Plumbing is no stranger to advances in technology. Over the years, the improvement in technology has moved the plumbing industry into the 21st century when it comes to analyzing problems in your home or business.
Plumbing issues in your home or business can have a number of causes. Never let a contractor start digging up your yard before the cause of the problem is identified.
Plumbing companies who use hi tech video cameras to identify plumbing problems take the guesswork out of the whole process. More accurate estimates can be given and better time frames can be estimated for the job at hand.
Cameras can also be used as preventive tools because potential problems such as tree roots and hairline cracks can be spotted early.
How Is the Camera Used?
When the miniature camera is inserted into the sewer lines at your home, it is moved through the system slowly. A video image is transmitted to a monitor above ground. The cameras have high definition that can identify potential problems such as tree roots, grease build-up, leaks and even cracked pipes.
You can even get a copy of the video for the insurance company if you need it.
Sewer cameras have been used in the plumbing industry for some time.
Technology has improved the accuracy and imagery that is available to the point that the homeowner has saved a tremendous amount of money and time.
The plumbing industry has made good use of technology over the years and is constantly updating equipment to improve accuracy and save the consumer money. Plumbers with the latest equipment finish the job sooner, with fewer surprises in the process.
If you do have a plumbing problem in your home or business, ask the plumber to use a sewer camera to identify the problem in a manner that is accurate. If the plumber you call does not have the latest technology and wants to start digging before the problem is identified call a plumber that does have the latest technology and you will save a lot of time, money, and stress.
Never allow the digging to start until you have a definite estimate and identification of the issue.
When you take advantage of the latest in technology to resolve your plumbing issues you will never regret it.
About Drain Patrol
Drain Patrol has been providing plumbing services to the San Diego and surrounding areas for over 30 years! Drain Patrol is an Insured, Licensed Contractor (Contractors License #841408) and a Better Business Bureau member.
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