See for yourself.

Here’s our drain cam at work!

Eventually, your drains will clog. It’s one of those immutable facts of life. As a plumbing system ages, and you use it every day, someday there will be a clog in the system that prevents sinks from emptying or affects your water pressure. When that day comes, you’re going to need to know what sort of clog you’re dealing with. That’s why a camera inspection from Complete Care Plumbing should be one of the first things on your agenda.

It’s not enough to know that your drain is clogged. You need to also know where the clog is, and occasionally what type of material the clog consists of. That way, you can better determine how to go about flushing the system. A solid camera inspection will uncover any cracks or separations in your plumbing that could cause additional issues.

Signs You Need a Camera Inspection

  • Sink doesn’t drain properly
  • Inconsistent water pressure
  • Leaks under the foundation
  • Toilet doesn’t flush completely

Camera Inspection

If you’ve ever peered down into your drain wondering why it’s clogged, then chances are you could benefit from a professional camera inspection. The special camera we insert into your drain can detect cracks, joints, separations, collapses and even debris that may be the source of your clog.

Complete Care Plumbing technicians are experts at this, so when we arrive on the scene, we will:

  1. Carefully open up your drain
  2. Insert the camera into the pipe
  3. Make note of any issues
  4. Provide a job-based quote for repairs

Camera Inspection Benefits

Plumbing is an important part of your everyday life. You don’t think about it until there’s a problem, but you deserve to have a home plumbing system that runs smoothly and efficiently. With a camera inspection from Complete Care Plumbing, you can be certain that any issues in your home’s pipes will be found quickly and dealt with efficiently.

Once we determine and fix any issues, you’ll soon be able to enjoy:

  • Toilets that flush correctly
  • Consistent water pressure
  • No foundation leaks
  • Sinks that drain properly