Many homeowners think that only the plumbing in their homes are their responsibility and not the lines running to their homes to and from the main city lines along the street. This is not the case. Those water lines that bring in fresh water and drain away waste water to the sewer are indeed under the ownership and responsibility of the homeowner. If there’s a problem in either of these lines, it is the homeowner’s expense to have them repaired or replaced, not that of the city. |
If you are considering buying an older home, especially in an area that boasts a lot of mature trees, your home inspection should include an inexpensive sewer line inspection as well to avoid potentially costly problems you may otherwise be unprepared to deal with. Call on a plumber who can feed a video camera through the sewer line to look for cracks, signs of collapse, offset pipes, tree root invasion or any other signs of trouble. You will be given a DVD of the inspection to see for yourself exactly what’s going on in the drainage pipe. If there’s a problem the plumber will provide recommendations to remedy it along with a cost estimate so you can know precisely what to expect.
If you are a homeowner who is experiencing slowed drainage, this test can give you the answers you need and potentially save you a lot of money. A video camera line inspection can reveal the source of the problem and its exact location so it can be repaired before bigger problems arise. It’s always better to be able to deal with a problem on your own time and terms rather than waiting for a crisis to occur. Video camera line inspection makes this easy and inexpensive to do.
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