Sewer Scope Inspection

Knowing the condition of your sewer line is important from not only a peace of mind standpoint, but also from a general home ownership standpoint.

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The Main reason we recommend a sewer scope inspection is to let us know if the property’s sewer line and system is functioning as it was intended. Knowing the condition of your sewer line is important from not only a piece of mind standpoint, but also from a general home ownership standpoint. It is suggested the sewer line be reviewed every 5 years to ensure a costly problem is not forming.

On average annually I see dozens of customers who refuse a sewer scope inspection live to regret it and experience raw sewage backups into their homes. Maybe the pipe cracked, or shifted out of place, or worse yet has been invaded by tree roots; no matter the cause repair costs will range from several thousand to over ten thousand dollars.

You can trust Reckner Certified Property Inspection to inspect your sewer line because all we do is inspect. We have no interest in repairing them, our only concern is giving you accurate information and letting you make the most informed decision.

Our team will use a full color, state of the art video inspection camera to examine every inch of your sewer line, all the way to where it empties. If we do find problems, our cameras have built in sensors that allow us to find its location in your yard, making it easy to mark the trouble area, and saving you hundreds of dollars in plumbing and excavation costs.

When the inspection is done we will include our findings in our home inspection report, and send you a link to a high quality recording of the sewer video.

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