Take a Closer Look at What Could Be Blocking Your System
Sewer issues can cause a plethora of problems for your commercial property. If the issue is severe enough, it can force you to close your business doors until appropriate repairs are made. Fortunately, our Westchester County technicians at Pro Drain Inc. offer a non-invasive inspection process to get to the bottom of your issue.
“I had a problem with a clogged drain that the usual Do It Yourself approach would not resolve. TJ showed up on time, quickly diagnosed the problem, and cleared the drain pipe. Communications from the Get Go were top notch and professional, and TJ was easy to work with making sure we understood the how the job would be done. We are very picky about contractors we use and TJ has more than earned a spot on out list of people we would work with again as well as recommend to friends.”Bob F.
How Does the Commercial Camera Inspection Work?
There is a 4-step process to commercial sewer camera inspection that includes:
- Entry: Many commercial properties have a port access to their sewer line that one of our technicians will use to gain access to the pipes. This often means the technician will dig a small hole to get to the pipe and make another in the pipe to insert the camera.
- Insertion: The camera is carefully put in the pipe and sends a visual of the inside of the pipe to a monitor with the help of a fiber optic cable. This allows for the technician to view what could be blocking the pipe.
- Examination: The technician will slowly move the camera down the pipe to check if the pipes have broken, slipped, become blocked by inorganic or organic materials.
- Evaluation: After the camera has run the entire length of the pipe, we review the footage and make a a recommendation based on what is obstructing the pipe.