Sewer Camera Inspection in Indiana
All of our work starts and ends with a camera inspection, with our camera going inside your sewer line to find the underground problems you can’t see. By making sewer line camera inspections a routine part of what we do, we can quickly diagnose an existing issue or simply give you peace of mind that your sewer line is in good shape.
How Indiana Sewer Line Camera Inspections Work
With the use of our cameras, we are able to inspect your entire sewer system to diagnose current and potential sewer issues. The sewer camera itself is a small device at the end of a few inches of electronic cable. This cable is then attached to a length of flexible wire that allows it to bend around corners or obstructions.
The cable is connected to a monitor that offers a real-time image of whatever the camera sees. With a built-in light, it illuminates the surrounding area so that the technician can identify what the obstructions or clogs are made from.
After the technician runs the camera down the entire length of the sewer line, they’ll provide you with a full diagnosis of existing and potential problems. Lastly, they’ll offer a set of possible solutions for addressing those issues, either trenchless sewer line repair using our lining technology, or excavation if lining is not an option.
What You’ll Get with a NuFlow Indy Sewer Line Camera Inspection
Our sewer camera inspections can find all sorts of pipe problems, including root intrusions, corrosion, offsets, cracks and more. We insert our camera through existing access points like cleanouts, toilet openings and vent stacks.
HD video of your sewer line
Written report detailing our findings and recommendations
Quote for NuFlow Indy to make necessary repairs (cost of camera inspection deducted from final bill if we make repairs)
Our Sewer Camera Inspections in Indiana Cover All the Important Details
Unlike many of our competitors, we’ll provide you with an HD video of your camera inspection to ensure full transparency. You’ll hear our expert technician’s voice describing exactly what he sees underground. This technician will also review the findings with you personally.
Along with the HD video, you’ll also receive a written report detailing what we saw in your sewer line. If we do find problems, our technicians will immediately give you a quote so you’ll know how much it will cost for NuFlow Indy to fix the issues. If you accept the quote, we’ll deduct the price of the camera inspection from your final bill.
After repairs are completed and the liner is cured in place, we do another sewer camera inspection to make sure everything looks as it should. You will also receive an HD video of the final inspection for your records. Our residential work is backed by a 20-year warranty in most cases. This warranty may also transferable – just contact us at the time of closing.
Sewer Line Camera Inspections for Real Estate Transactions
We offer sewer line camera inspections in Indiana specifically for property purchases. We’re a trusted home services vendor for FC Tucker and we have relationships with many other real estate agencies throughout the state of Indiana. These agents trust us to help their clients make the most informed decisions possible when buying or selling a home.
Traditional home inspections do not go inside the pipes to examine the state of the sewer line. While toilets may flush and sinks may drain, there could still be issues lurking underground. Our Indiana sewer camera inspections can find problems or issues you may not have known about before purchasing the property.
Hear More About the Benefits of a Sewer Camera Inspection from Our Valued Customers
“I used NuFlow Indy to perform a sewer line inspection as a part of my home inspection when buying my house. They did a sewer camera inspection. They were courteous, on time, and very professional. I was not on-site for the inspection. In addition to the phone call review with results I received an email with a written recap and the video files. They made recommendations on how to maintain the health of my sewer lines moving forward. I would 100% recommend using NuFlow Indy for any sewer or plumbing needs!”
– Caitlyn H. in Indianapolis
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Important Facts to Know About Sewer Camera Inspections
Some home inspectors only recommend sewer line inspections if the home was built in the 1980s or earlier, but we always recommend a sewer line scope. We’ve seen brand-new properties with serious sewer line issues. It’s always better to know the state of your sewer line, even if it’s just for your peace of mind.
If we find a problem during the sewer line camera inspection, you’ll have the power to negotiate with the seller for a reduced price or repairs before closing. We can do most repairs without digging up your future yard or driveway. Our sewer inspections help you avoid costly surprises down the road and ensure you know exactly what you’re getting when you make a life-changing purchase.
FAQs on Our Indiana Sewer Camera Inspection Services
We’ve taken some of the most frequently asked questions and answered them so that you can have a better understanding of our sewer cameras.
Are sewer camera inspections included in a traditional home inspection?
Typically, no. With traditional home inspections, cameras aren’t normally put through the pipes to examine the condition of the sewer system. Occasionally, a home inspector will offer a camera inspection for an additional fee, however, he won’t be able to provide you with a quote for repairs. Because sewers are often skipped during traditional inspections, inspectors may not notice the costly problems lurking underground.
It’s best to have NuFlow Indy perform the camera inspection so that you can receive a professional diagnosis along with a quote for any repairs that may be needed. Our no-dig camera inspections can give you peace of mind before making a huge purchase.
How do I know when it’s time for a sewer camera inspection in Indiana?
Since your system is underground, you may not notice the smaller issues until they become bigger. You should schedule an Indiana sewer line camera inspection when you:
- Are moving into a new home
- See unusually green, wet patches on your lawn
- Notice water damage and mold
- Smell objectionable odors
- Experience slow drains that often back up
- Have water pressure issues
What happens after a camera inspection with NuFlow?
We keep things fully transparent, explaining any issues and our recommended plan of action. After your Indiana sewer camera inspection, we will either perform mechanical or hydrojet cleaning. This will help clear your pipes of any debris, roots and corrosion, and it also prepares your pipes for the new lining. After that, we insert the liner. Lastly, when the repair or restoration is complete, we’ll follow up within three weeks to ensure the system is working properly!
Is the city responsible for my sewer line?
It depends. Main sewer lines running from your home to the city main are typically your responsibility. Depending on your location, the responsibility could shift to the city once your line reaches a city structure, such as a sidewalk. Each case is different and your NuFlow Indy service technician will be able to determine what is your liability and what isn’t.
What industries benefit from NuFlow’s Indiana sewer camera inspection?
NuFlow Indy has had the pleasure to help diverse industries throughout our 35+ years of experience. Working on all major piping materials, both inside and outside of a property, we can help avoid downtime or damage for your organization.
We’ve provided our services to:
- Historical neighborhoods
- Homebuyers and residential investors
- Multi-tenant apartment buildings
- Nursing homes and senior living communities
- Schools and universities
- Commercial buildings
- Industrial facilities
Can I stay in my home while you are working?
In most instances, yes! Our teams often don’t even need to enter your home or building when using outside access points. During the camera inspection and time of repairs, we will ask you to stop using the showers, sinks, and restrooms so that we can get a proper diagnosis. With NuFlow Indy, this won’t be long, as our repairs are much faster than traditional sewer line replacement.
What are the benefits of getting a sewer line camera inspection in Indiana from NuFlow?
Along with saving money and avoiding downtime, there are numerous benefits of choosing NuFlow’s sewer camera inspection services. Our inspections can help by identifying issues early on and will ultimately prolong the lifespan of your sewer system.
By choosing sewer camera inspections in Indiana, you’ll receive:
- An accurate diagnosis – With our Indiana sewer camera services, you’ll get clear visuals and an assessment of the pipe’s condition. This will ensure accurate identification of issues.
- Preventative maintenance – By staying up to date with camera inspections, you’ll be able to detect any early signs of damage or deterioration. Additionally, you can find any potential leaks, cracks, blockages, or joint separations in the sewer pipes.
- Documentation – Camera inspections provide visual evidence of the area inspected, allowing for images and videos to be saved for reporting or insurance purposes. This can impact future decisions and track the progress of repairs.
Real Estate Lunch and Learns
If you’re a real estate agent and would like to set up a time for your team to learn about no-dig, trenchless sewer line repair and sewer line camera inspections, please give us a call at 317-777-6489 or email us email@example.com.
We’re happy to provide lunch for your team and explain how scheduling an Indiana sewer line camera inspection can save your clients time, mess and money.
Reach Out Today to Discuss a Sewer Line Camera Inspection in Indiana
If you want to be proactive in making sure your sewers are set up to perform optimally, NuFlow Indy is here for you. Our Indiana sewer line camera inspections can help to prevent an expensive sewer backup in the future
Contact us today about our sewer camera inspection capabilities and learn about how our expertise can benefit your home buying process and so much more.