Fort Lauderdale’s #1 Sewer & Water Line Inspection Service
If you notice one of the following signs, call us right away to check out your sewer line or septic system:
- Dark green or bright green areas
- Foul odors
- Slow drainage
- Toilet, sink or shower backups
- Bugs and rodents in your home
- Septic waste seepage
Below are some of the common reasons’ customers call for a water and sewer line inspection.
Blockage in Your Water or Sewer Lines
We can perform an inspection to uncover the source of your blocked lines. Sewer and water lines become blocked when objects such as tree roots breakthrough your pipes. This causes leaking which can increase your water bill. it also causes hygiene problems when sewage leaks from your waist pipes into the ground or inside your home. We can find the source of the problem quickly and repair it to keep your family safe.
Typically, a water or sewer line inspection involves a video camera that records what’s inside your pipes. This investigation reveals broken and cracked pipe and the location of tough clogs.
When You Should Schedule a Sewer Inspection
Schedule a sewer inspection when you need to understand the plumbing situation at a new home or a home you plan to make an offer on. This could indicate whether frequent clogs are likely on the property.
Why are Inspections Important?
The causes of drain clogs and plumbing issues sometimes take a while to diagnose. With an inspection, we can get video footage of the problem area and cut back on the cost of labor by fixing it right away.
Are Water and Sewer Line Inspections Expensive?
The cost of an inspection varies depending on the age and complexity of your plumbing system. For example, a single-family home has a much more straightforward plumbing system than a multi-family dwelling. If portions of the plumbing need to be replaced, you might need a much more extensive video inspection to cover all the impacted areas.
Can bluefrog Plumbers Troubleshoot without an Inspection?
Our talented plumbers can typically find the source of the problem without a video inspection. For simple issues such as a clogged drain or easily identifiable leaks, you may not need an inspection. However, it’s in your best interest to consider one if it takes the plumbers a long time to isolate trouble in your water or sewer lines using traditional methods.
What Does it Mean When You Smell Sewer Gas Inside Your Home?
Smelling gas from the sewer inside your home indicates a major issue. Open the windows for maximum ventilation while you wait for our plumbers. Call us right away to safeguard your family’s health and wellness. Indoor air quality has a big impact on respiratory and other vital systems. A sewer and water line inspection can identify the causes of gas buildup. In the meantime, consider alternative sleeping arrangements until you can get the problem corrected.
Reasons for sewer gas in your home may include the following:
- Vent leak
- Dried up P-Trap
- Broken toilet ring (plastic, rubber or wax)
Many toilets have a wax ring that seals the waste pipe and prevents sewer gas from leaking into your home through the toilet. If the wax seal is broken, it needs to be replaced. You might want to consider upgrading to a more durable plastic or rubber seal. If the wax seal remains intact, we suggest a sewer and water line inspection to find the source of the sewer gas leaking into your home.
Signs Indicating a Sewer or Water Line Issue
Watch out for the following signs that indicate an immediate need for an inspection of your waste and water lines.
- Low water pressure
- High water bills
Locate a Leak
When you have a leak that evades detection, it’s time to call in the calvary. Our experienced plumbers use sophisticated camera equipment to surf through your pipes to find the source of the leak. Don’t put off leak detection services. Leaks grow quickly from a slow drip to a torrent of water inside your home. bluefrog Plumbing + Drain technicians can find and fix the problem before it causes significant damage.
Reduce digging efforts. Before the advent of cameras built for plumbing, homeowners typically had to dig up their yards to find a leak in the waterline. Forget about the massive hole and re-landscaping your yard. Instead, use our water and sewer line inspections to discover the problem without digging.
If you are selling your home and need a reference video, we can create one for you at a reasonable price. Reference videos give you proof that your home has no major plumbing issues. This is a valuable resource when it comes time to negotiate the final sales price.
Contact bluefrog Plumbing + Drain of Fort Lauderdale, FL at 954-743-0404 to schedule a sewer and water line inspections today.
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