Sewer Inspection Services
We use the latest in sewer camera technology to ensure that you don’t have any unpleasant surprises when you move in.
01. Sewer Cameras
We use the latest in sewer camera technology to ensure that issues have not built up in your main sewer line that could cost you thousands of dollars later on.
02. Photos & video
We document our findings in an easy to read inspection report. Most issues are clear with our descriptions and photos of the issues, but we can also include video if needed.
03. Peace of Mind
Unseen sewer line issues can cause much damage and grief. Get real peace of mind and sleep well at night knowing you have had a thorough sewer line inspection.
See What Others Can’t
Is your home over 20 years old? Do you have trees in the yard? Have there been past problems with sewer or notice a new sewer cleanout? If you answered yes to any of the questions, you need a SEWERSCAN!
Add on a sewer mainline inspection will give you a complete look at your main drain system. The main sewer line is important to keep clear and flowing. If you are buying an older home it is especially important you know the condition of the mainline. Older homes are more likely to have or have had clogs, breaks, or tree root intrusions. The fixes for these could run into the thousands.
Get The Warranty That Matters
Every home inspection comes with 3 months coverage FREE. Upgrade your home inspection with a sewer mainline scan and get extended coverage to 12 months.
Sewer repairs aren’t covered under insurance or home warranties and inspectors aren’t legally liable. So when a sewer line breaks, the new owner covers the cost.
These repairs aren’t cheap either. Sewer line repairs often cost between $1,000 and $4,000. Both homebuyers and agents are pleased with the assurance that this unexpected expense will be covered.
Often a home’s sewer line is omitted from the inspection report. Sewer lines run underground, making it difficult for inspectors to assess the line’s quality or condition..
Inspectors may be able to evaluate the sewer line for stoppages or blockages by running faucets, showers, and flushing the toilet. But tree roots that did not block the pipes at the time of the inspection can invade and grow into the lines between the time of the inspection and when the client moves in.
Other expensive sewer problems can also develop after a month or two, including line collapses.
This is why SewerGard coverage is important due to the cost and effort required to repairs these issues that are beyond the typical backup.