top of page

Sewer Scope Inspection

We are dedicated to providing comprehensive home inspection services to ensure your peace of mind when buying or selling a property. One crucial aspect of our services is the Sewer Scope Inspection, a vital component in evaluating a home's overall condition. In this guide, we'll walk you through what a Sewer Scope Inspection is and why it's an essential part of the home inspection process.

Why Choose a Sewer Scope Inspection

When purchasing a home, it's easy to focus on the visible aspects, such as the foundation, roof, or electrical systems. However, the condition of the sewer system is equally important. A Sewer Scope Inspection involves inserting a specialized camera into the sewer lines to assess their integrity and identify potential issues. Here are some compelling reasons to consider this service

1. Uncover Hidden Problems:

  • Many sewer issues are hidden from plain view, making it challenging to detect them through traditional methods.
     

  • A Sewer Scope Inspection reveals problems like tree root intrusion, pipe damage, blockages, and cracks that could lead to expensive repairs.

Sewerage Hatch
Pipes

2. Prevent Costly Repairs:
 

  • Identifying sewer issues early can save you from unexpected and expensive repairs in the future.
     

  • With a Sewer Scope Inspection, you can negotiate repairs or price adjustments with the seller before finalizing the deal.

3. Ensure Peace of Mind:

  • Knowing the condition of the sewer lines provides you with confidence in the overall health of your prospective property.
     

  • It's a proactive measure to avoid potential inconveniences that may arise from unexpected sewer problems.

Man Holding Pipe

Our Sewer Scope Inspection Process

Pipeline

1. Initial Inspection: Our team will inspect the exterior sewer access points and identify the most suitable location to insert the camera.
 

2. Camera Insertion: We will gently insert a high-resolution camera into the sewer line, allowing us to capture clear images of the entire system.
 

3. Detailed Assessment: As the camera travels through the sewer lines, our inspector will analyze the footage in real-time, looking for any signs of damage, blockages, or concerns.
 

4. Comprehensive Report: After the inspection is complete, we will provide you with a detailed report, including images and descriptions of any issues discovered during the inspection.
 

5. Expert Recommendations: Our inspectors will offer recommendations for necessary repairs or maintenance, ensuring you have all the information needed to make informed decisions.

bottom of page