LePew Industrial Inc. is proud to offer digital camera inspections to inspect the inside of your septic system, drain lines, and drain fields. By using one of the most valuable tools in the plumbing industry, our waterproof camera allows us for a visual inspection, finding potential future septic system issues. This cutting edge technology places LePew Industrial Inc. miles ahead of our competitors. Contact us today for more information on septic tank camera inspections.
Rather than digging up your entire yard searching for the source of the problem, our highly-skilled experts will insert one of our digital cameras into your drain lines or septic lines. LePew professionals will then be able to provide you with a picture showing you the condition of your drain or septic lines. Our septic experts will be able to identify the type and nature of any issues in your pipes. By using digital cameras, this can help determine whether a pipe is clogged by debris, grease build-up, tree roots, or if a pipe is broken. Once the root of the problem has been identified, our technician will efficiently repair the problem without any unnecessary digging, saving you time and money. They will also be able to help prevent any problems from reoccurring in the future.
The most effective method of inspection is a camera Inspection. A home septic inspection isn’t complete unless it is performed by an experienced and certified expert. Also, a complete inspection must include pumping the system; this is done at the time of inspection.Why does the tank have to be pumped at the time of inspection?
Pumping home septic tanks will allow our experts to inspect the tank because the physical condition of the tank cannot be evaluated below the waste level. LePew Industrial Inc. recommends having your tank pumped during inspection, not before, because it is important to inspect your system under normal operating conditions.
Our digital camera provides several advantages over the traditional form of septic testing. The camera allows us to visually inspect all important components of your drain lines or septic lines. It also provides a visual confirmation of any problems, no matter how deep within the system. Most inspections done without a camera rely on a lot of guess work. For instance, a minor issue like a blocked pipe may be misdiagnosed as a failure of an absorption field. When using a camera at the time of inspection, it can easily avoid any misdiagnosis, saving you thousands of dollars in repairs.How long will my septic system inspection take?
Time may vary depending on the complexity of each individual system. Usually, the inspection can take from 2-3 hours.Do I need to be present for the inspection?
It is not required for you to be present during our camera inspection, but we will need access inside the home. Our septic professionals highly recommend that you are home for the septic inspection because you will be able to see the problem and familiarize yourself with system parts for future reference.