Many plumbers and septic professionals are now offering sewer camera inspection services. Such services allow the skilled professional the ability to examine the sewage line without needing to first dig up the entire yard. Not only can they see it, but they can pinpoint the exact location of any sewage line issue that they come across. To help you figure out if this is a service that you need to call and make an appointment for, you will want to keep reading.
There Are Bubbles Every Time You Drain Water
If you are starting to see or hear a lot of bubbles within the drain whenever you are trying to send a lot of water down it, it could be that there is a problem. There could be a severe clog forming that is currently only allowing a little bit of water to move past it, and the obstacle that the water must go past helps to cause the bubbles you see or hear. Since you have no way of knowing the exact location of the clog, it is best that you hire a professional plumber to assist you.
The Ground Is Soggy
If there is one section of your yard that seems to be soggy, even on a dry, hot day, then there is most likely a problem with your sewage line. Even though you will know the general location of the problem based on the location of the soggy grass, you will still want to hire a plumber for sewage camera inspection services. This way, he or she will be able to confirm the location of the problem, whether there are any additional problem areas within your sewage line, and just what it will take to have it all repaired.
Water Is Backing Up Into Your Home
Even if you are only letting the water run for a little bit before it starts backing up into your home does not mean that the problem is close to the drains. It could be that there is a problem all the way at the end of your sewage line, before it meets the public town line, and that there is simply a lot of water backed up in the line. However, you will not know for sure unless you hire a plumber that has the equipment to conduct camera inspection services.
Always make sure that the professional that you hire is one that is insured and that has the proper licensing to perform their job legally.