Too often homeowners don’t give their sewer line a second thought — until its contents back up all over the bathroom or basement floor. Avoid that worst-case scenario with a sewer inspection from North American Home Services.
Comprehensive Sewer Inspections
What Is A Sewer Line Camera Inspection?
Also called a sewer lateral inspection, it’s a video inspection using a state-of-the-art fiberoptic camera of the sewer line that leads from the front or rear of the home to the city sewer. A visual inspection simply cannot reveal problems that are hidden underground. During the inspection, our certified home inspector will be able to see the interior condition of the sewer line and be able to identify any problems.
What Do We Check For?
Tree root intrusions or offsets
Sewer line failures
After the sewer line video inspection, your NAHS inspector will provide a comprehensive report that includes a video of the sewer line with narrated comments and a summary. Replacement or repair of a sewer line can cost from $1000 to $6000 or more depending on findings.
Who Should Schedule A Sewer Line Inspection?
We highly recommend an inspection in these conditions:
Homes that have large trees located close to the sewer lines
Homes where homeowners are noticing slow drainage
Inconsistent toilet bowl water level
Smell of sewage in your home, basement, or yard
All you need is one appointment to take care of everything.
Realtors and homebuyers appreciate this service especially during escrow when time is of the essence in scheduling inspection services and remediation.
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