Sewer lines can occasionally get clogged. Often the problem is located inside the sewer line. Sewer lines can get plugged due to grease, roots, mineral deposits and other structural problems. A quick video pipeline inspection of the sewer line can help you find out what the problem is with it.
One of the most common causes for sewer blockages is the growth of tree roots. Roots can crawl into tiny openings on the sewer pipes. Over time, as they grow in size and girth, debris such as cooking grease, eggshells and rotting vegetation may latch on to them, blocking the flow of water.
We will perform an initial sewer inspection and if we have reason to believe that the problem lies inside the sewer pipe, we will undertake a video inspection. A small video camera is attached to the head of a drain snake and pushed though the sewer line. We will be watching the images on a video screen. If a blockage is found, we will recommend a course of action.