In-Line Camera Inspection & Pipe Tracing

Whether you need a problem diagnosed or just want to have your pipes inspected,

underground water pipesElectric Rooter can meet your pipe inspection needs. Often the best course of action when diagnosing an issue with your plumbing is having a professional perform an in-line camera inspection. An in-line camera inspection involves navigating a special waterproof, high resolution camera through your pipes in order to locate issues in your home’s plumbing system. The small camera is attached to the end of a flexible rod and can be inserted into any pipe ranging from 2 inches to 3 feet in diameter. A skilled plumbing technician can use real-time video footage and a radio transmitter to discover a particular problem along with where that problem is located. Some of the most common problems we find when performing in-line camera inspections are cracked pipes, tree root invasion, bellies, collapsed lines, and slipped joints. You might also use an in-line camera inspection to detect lost valuables or trace your home’s drainage lines.

An in-line camera inspection isn’t the only way to trace pipes to locate where they are underground. A technician can also use a ground microphone along with an induced sound wave in your pipe in order to trace the route of the underground line at ground level. These ground microphones can also be used to detect leaks, as they will amplify the noise created by water leaving an underground pipe.

We here at Electric Rooter are prepared to help you get to the bottom of what’s going wrong with your plumbing. We can handle any plumbing issue large or small, and our experienced professionals will come to your home or commercial building prepared to address whatever issues may arise. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week because we know that plumbing issues are never convenient. If you need a Salt Lake City, Utah, area plumber, give us a call today at 801-803-5660.