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  • Mary Barajas

Sewer Scope Inspection, Who, What, Why, and How

Updated: May 26

When purchasing a home, most buyers focus on visible aspects like the roof, foundation, and interior aesthetics. However, one crucial component often overlooked is the property's sewer line. Hidden underground, the sewer line can harbor issues that, if left undetected, may lead to severe damage and expensive repairs. This is where a sewer scope inspection becomes invaluable.


Who Performs Sewer Scope Inspections and

How They Work

During a sewer scope inspection, a trained technician inserts a flexible, waterproof camera attached to a long cable into the sewer line through an accessible cleanout. As the camera is guided through the pipes, it transmits real-time video footage to a monitor, allowing the technician to visually inspect the condition of the sewer line. This process helps identify issues such as blockages, cracks, root intrusions, and pipe deterioration, providing a clear assessment of the sewer system's health.

Take Preventive Action Now

By staying proactive and scheduling a sewer scope inspection, you safeguard your home and finances from unforeseen plumbing disasters. Don’t let hidden sewer issues disrupt your peace of mind. Contact Always Welcome Home Inspections today and ensure your home remains safe and sound.

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