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Sewer Camera Inspection


Skagit Plumbing Blog

It is almost inevitable that at one point or another a drain will either get clogged or stop working quite right. For many of us, this is simply a result of too much hair going down the shower drain and slowly building up over time until it starts to hinder the water's ability to fully drain down. Either this or someone tried to put just a bit too much spaghetti down the kitchen sink and it refused to budge much farther down the pipes. However, it is not always that simple when it comes to fully understanding why a drain might not be draining in the way it should. In fact, there are quite a few times when the problem is a total and complete mystery to the home or business owner. Though you can spend all day speculating as to why the pipes are not working as they should, the only way to really get to the bottom of things is by having a team of professional and trusted plumbing experts come in with sewer camera inspections equipment.

Slow Drain

A slow drain is often one of the first clues to homeowners and business owners that there might be something wrong with the plumbing in their building. Whether your bathroom sink has started to slow down or your kitchen sink takes a while to fully clear, the slow drain is one of the ways you can detect an issue when it first arises. This is why it's important you don't ignore a slow drain and simply hope it'll go away. Even though there's a chance it could simply be a clump of hair blocking the passage of the water, there are other more problematic things that could be going on. With sewer camera inspections high-tech equipment can be sent down a system, traveling down the length of the pipe until it discovers what is going on. People often discover there is something bigger at work, such as tree roots disrupting their pipeline, that needs to be fixed by a team of highly trained plumbing experts.

Potential Plumbing Problems

Here's the thing with plumbing problems: they aren't always something you immediately notice. For example, if there is an issue with the pipeline or sewage system farther from the building, you may not even realize there is something going on underground. Some people don't even know that their pipes have cracked or shifted and that water is seeping into the ground until it's far too late. One way to keep an eye on the quality of your water usage and plumbing system is by keeping an eye on your utility and water bill. Leaks will begin to show up in your water bill sometimes far before you see physical clues of their existence. If you begin to see your water usage go up or your utility bill increase, with seemingly no cause, it's a good time to bring in plumbing experts who can peer into your pipes and plumbing systems and figure out what might be going on.

It's no surprise to most homeowners and business owners that one day the drain in a sink will begin to slow down in some way. But while some people may be tempted to try and guess what the cause is, it's best to leave the sleuth work to a team of professional plumbing experts. The next time you aren't sure why your sewage system isn't working quite right and you need sewer camera inspection in Mt. Vernon don't delay before getting in touch in touch with our team of plumbing experts here at Skagit Plumbing at (360) 854-8535 right away!


Skagit Plumbing Blog

Written By Brian Corey

Published By MORBiZ