Sewer Inspections in Mission Hills
Diagnosing All Types of Sewer Issues in the San Fernando Valley
Are you having issues with your sewer line, but don’t know what exactly the problem is? It might be time to schedule a professional sewer inspection. Our plumbers in Mission Hills have extensive experience handling all types of plumbing issues, and we can help you diagnose your sewer problem today. We will provide you with a detailed sewer inspection, pointing out any problem areas. This enables you to take control of your plumbing system and make repairs with confidence.
Why You Need a Sewer Inspection
Did you know that, if properly cared for, your sewer line can last up to 100 years! Your plumbing system is designed to last for decades, and the same goes for your sewer line. If you move into a newly built home, odds are you will not have to replace your sewer line any time soon, if at all. Because of their long lifespan, we don’t often think about our sewer lines until there is a problem. However, this doesn’t mean that you can just ignore your sewer line.
Reasons to schedule a sewer inspection include:
- Your home is over 20 years old, and you haven't had the sewer inspected before
- You are buying a new home, and you want to know the current condition of your sewer
- Your home was built before 1960 or was made of substandard materials
- There are trees and plants in your yard near your sewer line
- You are experiencing frequent sewer line backups or clogs
Just like all parts of your plumbing system, your sewer is subject to normal wear and tear and can become damaged. Routine sewer inspections can help you prevent future problems and extend the life of your sewer line.
No Mess Camera Sewer Inspections
Your sewer line is one of the essential features of your plumbing system. However, many homeowners don’t know the precise location of their sewer line. Your sewer runs from your house to connect with the city sewer system. It removes wastewater from your home and is vital to the smooth operation of your plumbing system.
Typically, your sewer line is buried on your property. The depth at which your sewer line is buried can vary from around 18 inches to up to 6 feet deep. This makes inspecting your sewer line tricky. With a video camera sewer inspection, you can get a clear picture of the state of your sewer system.
With a camera inspection, we can detect:
- The level of buildup on your sewer line from grease, oils, and detergents
- If your sewer is suffering from corrosion
- The nature and extent of any clogs
- The scope of any root intrusion
- Any leaks or breaks in the sewer line
- Whether or not your sewer line is sagging
Video camera inspections enable you to determine the precise condition of your sewer system without invasive digging or damage to your property. This allows you to make repair decisions from a more informed perspective, reducing unnecessary labor, and saving you money.
We Offer the Highest Level of Customer Service
All Valley Plumbing Service is a second-generation, family-owned business with two convenient locations in Mission Hills and San Fernando. Our sewer inspection plumbers offer expert-level service in two languages, Spanish and English. All our technicians are journey-level trained and fully licensed and insured. We are committed to providing the best plumbing services possible every time. If, after your camera sewer inspection is completed, it is determined that you need sewer line repair services, we offer free in-person estimates. Our company is founded on honesty and reliability. We will never push you to buy products or services you don’t need.
Determine the health of your sewer line by scheduling a sewer line inspection. Call All Valley Plumbing Service at (818) 403-3371.