Many houses in Toronto still have the old clay underground sewer pipe. Because of the age, such pipes get cracks which causes roots to easily grow. On the picture, the drain scope shows a severe clog, formed by roots, that is located 32 feet from the clean-out. This distance allows us to determine the pipes’s approximate location. To find out the exact place and depth of the pipe, a plumber uses a locator that catches the signal sent by the camera. Knowing these pipe parameters, a drain expert can figure out a reliable and affordable way to fix it. Our team of sewer and drain licensed technicians is specialized in all types of underground sanitary and storm pipes repair or replacement.
The sewer camera is used for both checking drain conditions and the detection of the pipe location. On a picture, the scope shows tree roots growing inside a building drain. The more they grow, the bigger crack they make and, eventually, it causes complete blockage or a pipe collapse. Those homeowners in Toronto who have an old clay pipe have to check drain at least once per two years to prevent sewage backup to the basement.
The CCTV drain camera inspection gives a quick and efficient diagnosis of your drain or sewer problems in Toronto and surrounding areas. Our licensed technicians specializes in emergency drain cleaning. We manage a variety of drain problems such as tree root intrusion, grease build-up, hair clogs, and other debris clogging your drain line. Our technicians carry different size snakes to open the lines and include a Sewer Camera Scope.
Only licensed and experienced plumbers in Toronto, Mississauga, Etobicoke, Oakville can do a proper diagnostic of the underground sewer pipe and can find the best, cost efficient solution. Call us today at 416-834-6893.
Benefit of Service
As the camera moves thorough your plumbing, the technician will be able to see the interior of your pipes on a video screen. Pipe inspection can precisely locate all types of problems:
- it can show us what’s causing the blockage. This can be caused by a lot of things. If the snake wouldn’t work on it, it’s likely to be a broken or cracked pipe. Knowing what’s causing the blockage will tell us how to proceed.
- it will show us how deep into the drain the blockage is. A scanner will show us where we need to get to work!