Sewer Pipe Assessment in San Jose, CA

Choose Mike Counsil Plumbing & Rooter for Video Inspections

Mike Counsil Plumbing & Sewer in San Jose, CA provided sewer line video assessments to residential customers. Our knowledgeable and trained team of plumbers stays up-to-date on all the latest plumbing innovations to give you the best service at the most affordable price. Ignoring the warning signs that your sewer line is damaged can eventually lead to more expensive repair services. Fortunately, our technicians are here to assist you. A sewer line video inspection is the most convenient way to identify issues within your home’s sewer line. It can save you time and money on potential replacements costs. If you’re having problems with your main sewer line, it’s time to schedule a video assessment. Contact our team to schedule yours today.

When Is a Sewer Main Video Assessment Recommended?

Homeowners throughout the area choose Mike Counsil Plumbing & Rooter for all their sewer drain video inspections because we guarantee all our work. A video assessment of your pipes doesn’t need to be scheduled every time your sink drains slowly. Sometimes, a simple cleaning or liquid drain cleaner is all that’s necessary to remove the blockage. However, in some cases, a drain video assessment may be required.

  • Slow Draining – One or two instances of slow draining may be unrelated. However, if you’re sinks, toilets, and tubs are constantly draining slowly or becoming backed up, it’s time to schedule a video assessment.
  • Unpleasant Smells – If you notice unpleasant smells coming from your fixtures, it could be a leak in the U-bend pipe, preventing sewerage from wafting up through the drain.
  • Wet Yard – You almost certainly have a broken pipe if you notice a wet yard on a warm, dry day. Instead of harmlessly flowing away from your home, the water leaks through the broken pipe onto your lawn.
  • Water in Your Basement – If you’re noticing water in your basement or crawl space, it’s a sign that a pipe or the main sewer drain in your home is broken.
  • Backup – Sewerage back up into your home from your sinks, toilets, or tubs is one of the most apparent signs there’s an issue with your sewer line.

How Does a Sewer Line Video Assessment Work?

At Mike Counsil Plumbing & Rooter, we have access to the latest plumbing technology, including video inspection equipment. The unique design allows us to inspect your home’s main sewer line without costly and disruptive excavation. With a camera attached to one end of a snake and a monitor to the other, the video feed allows our plumber to inspect the interior of your pipes with ease. Our highly-trained and licensed team will pinpoint the exact location of the damage in your home’s pipes. Once the issue has been identified, we can recommend repair or replacement. Video inspection is faster, more affordable, and takes the guesswork out of the repair services.

What Are the Benefits of Choosing a Video Inspection?

As plumbing technology continues to improve, our licensed plumbers can provide better value for our customers. Video inspections have revolutionized the way our team approaches drain line repair. If you’re experiencing issues with your home’s pipe and need to easily evaluate their condition, check for damage, or decide on replacement, our team can help. Learn more about the benefits of video assessments. Problems with your main sewer drain almost always meant expensive excavation to identify and repair the drain. Now, with the video assessment, we can pinpoint the issue’s exact location.

Who Should Consider a Video Inspection?

Because drain line video inspections are easy and affordable, most homeowners throughout the area will benefit significantly from one. Even if your drains aren’t causing you any issues, you may still want to consider scheduling a video inspection. As the area’s top choice for plumbing services, our team is often relied upon for video inspections of residential sewer lines.

  • Older Homes – Older pipes can more easily crack and break. They are also more likely to clog up, causing water damage to your home.
  • Large Trees – Tree roots are one of the most destructive elements when it comes to your main sewer line. Roots will find their way into small cracks, making them even worse.
  • Every 16 Months – It’s best for your sewer line system to be inspected every 16 to 24 months. Preventative measures early on can save you money in the future.

More People Choose Us for Video Assessments

As the area’s plumbing professionals, more homeowners choose Mike Counsil Plumbing & Rooter for video inspection services. As the area’s leader with more than three decades of experience, homeowners trust us to deliver exceptional results at an affordable price, all backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee. As a locally-owned business, our top priority is consistently delivering the best services for our customers. If you have an older home or chronic issues with your home’s pipes, contact our team today to schedule a video assessment. Ignoring these signs could lead to more costly repairs in the future.