Plumbing problems are among the most difficult and damaging that can affect your home. Part of what makes plumbing issues so bad is that the majority of your plumbing system is hidden from you at all times. The plumbing system is designed to be unobtrusive, which is very beneficial in a lot of ways but it has the trade-off of making problems very difficult to diagnose. If you want to protect your home’s plumbing as much as possible, the best thing to do is to schedule video pipeline inspection for it at least once a year. Read on to find out why video pipeline inspection is so beneficial.
Just What Is Video Pipeline Inspection?
Video pipeline inspection involves inserting a small camera into your plumbing system, attached to a long cord. The camera uses a tiny set of wheels to propel itself through your system, while sending a live video feed back to the plumber operating it. Once the inspection is complete, the camera can be easily withdrawn without further issues.
The Benefits of Pipeline Inspection
Due to the construction of your plumbing system, the only way to really tell if you have a plumbing problem the majority of the time is to directly examine the pipes. There are a few plumbing problems that cause external symptoms, but once they have progressed far enough to display those external symptoms, your plumbing has likely already suffered extensive damage. And most plumbing issues won’t display external symptoms at all. Video pipeline inspection allows us to inspect your entire plumbing system, without having to tear up the walls and floors to get to the pipes.
If your plumbing system hasn’t been inspected in a while, call Roadrunner Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration. We provide video pipeline inspection services throughout Las Vegas, NM.