“Out of sight, out of mind.” The saying can be applied to many things, but let’s apply it to plumbing. The workings of a plumbing system are design to be out of every day sight. However, unless you want to have problems, it is best to remember your plumbing system. Not every day, but how about at least once a year. Like any other working item, plumbing needs an inspection. Just think your plumbing runs behind nearly every wall, above your ceilings, and underneath your floors.
Preventative maintenance is a priority considering how large an investment you’ve put in your home.
One of the best ways to inspect your plumbing is a video pipeline inspection. In fact, other inspection types are really educated guesses in comparisons. Let’s see why.
Smile, You’re on Camera
Passive inspections usually run tests make sure that water flow rates are consistent. However, these tests cannot reveal the source of an internal plumbing problem unless extensive time is used. Meanwhile, the time is ticking on your plumbing inspection bill. A video inspection puts eyes inside your plumbing and instantly verifies what is really going on.
Video inspections eliminate guesswork or (long stories about the amount of experience one has and why you should just trust them). You get to see the problem or any semblances of arising ones. Furthermore, identifying problem areas before they mature saves you money in the long run and gives you working knowledge of your home’s plumbing system. Video inspections are a win-win.
Scheduling Your San Diego Pipeline Inspection
Considering the above, it’s safe to say that video inspections are the best way to examine internal plumbing. If you have never had this service before, allow us to walk you through it. Blue Planet Drains & Plumbing uses some of the most advanced plumbing technologies and methods including video inspection equipment. Once you schedule your inspection, we’ll send out one of our plumbing specialists to show you how everything works.