Video Sewer Inspection
Do you want to see the inside of your sewer?
… Okay, look. We know the answer to that question is probably, “Uh… NO.” There’s a multitude of reasons you wouldn’t want to look down your sewers: gunk, grime, etc. But here’s the thing: you might just need to take a peek inside your sewer, regardless of your lack of desire to do so. This task is unfortunately nearly impossible without the proper sewer inspection technology. So what’s a person to do?
Enter: Dwyer Plumbing’s Video Sewer Inspection services.
What is Video Sewer Inspection?
Sewer Video Inspection (also known as Sewer Camera Inspection or Video Sewer Inspection) is kind of like a colonoscopy for your sewer. Using waterproof plumbing cameras that are specifically designed for video sewer inspections, our plumbing technicians can take a peek inside your sewer to see how things are flowing, or why they aren’t. The video footage we take of your sewers is seen in real-time so our sewer inspection technicians can quickly assess your sewer and drain lines and develop a plan of action if necessary.
A Sewer Camera Inspection lets us see what’s obstructing your sewer lines. This can be anything from the typical collection of roots or buildup of grime, to the unusual—like toys, jewelry, and other odds and ends. Video Sewer Inspections can also reveal corroded sewer pipes, offset sewer pipes, loose sewer pipe joints, and more.
At Dwyer Plumbing, we use state-of-the-art Video Sewer Inspection technology that provides you with a digital video after the inspection is complete. This allows you to view it from anywhere in the world—you can even share it with your insurance company.
When Would I Need a Camera Inspection?
The most common reason for a Camera Sewer Inspection is when people run into problems. Blockages that can’t be fixed with chemicals, cabling, plunging, or other methods of pipe cleaning typically call for a Video Sewer Inspection.
A Sewer Video Inspection can also be a good idea if you’re planning a home remodel that involves any type of plumbing—like a kitchen or bathroom expansion. In cases like these, it’s smart to order a Video Sewer Inspection to ensure your pipes and sewer line can handle the anticipated increase in wastewater.
About Dwyer: Video Sewer Inspection for Northern Virginia
The Dwyer family has been in the plumbing business since 1922. We are proud to provide fast and reliable residential and commercial video sewer inspection services to customers in Northern Virginia, establishing a tradition of workforce excellence and customer trust. Dwyer is proudly independent of all other video sewer inspection companies and their trade names, and is an accredited member of the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating. Our sewer video inspection contractors and technicians bring years of sewer-cleaning knowledge and expertise, providing quality video sewer inspection services to Alexandria, VA and surrounding area residents.