Sewer Scope Inspections
A sewer scope inspection is an important part of a home inspection. This is a process where a camera is inserted into the sewer line to check for any damage or obstructions. This is a necessary step to ensure that the home is in good condition and that there are no potential problems with the sewer line.
There are a few things that can go wrong with a sewer line. One of the most common problems is a clog. This can be caused by a number of things, such as tree roots, a build-up of grease or sediment, or a broken pipe. If there is a clog, it can cause sewage to back up into the home.
Another common problem is a break in the sewer line. A break can occur for a number of reasons, such as corrosion, shifting of the ground, or a collision with a foreign object. A break in the sewer line can allow raw sewage to leak into the ground or even into the home.
A sewer scope inspection can help to identify these and other problems with the sewer line. If any issues are found, the homeowner can then take steps to address them. This may include hiring a plumber to clear a clog, repairing a broken pipe, or installing a new sewer line.
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