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Camera Plumbing Inspections in San Diego

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Drain clogs are one of the most common plumbing problems that can occur in the typical residential home. These systems are some of the most-used, meaning they’re most likely to fall victim to misuse, not to mention normal wear and tear.

If you’ve ever dealt with a clogged drain or sewer line back-up, you know how frustrating it can be. Something as seemingly simple as a backed-up kitchen sink can completely ruin your day. The bad news? If you’ve ever had a drain or sewer problem, it’s probably not the last time you’ll have to deal with this issue. The good news? Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air can help! We offer cutting-edge camera plumbing inspections in San Diego and the surrounding areas. These inspections are designed to help our team determine exactly what’s causing your drain or sewer issue. If snaking or hydrojetting isn’t enough, our camera inspections will help us pinpoint the problem.

Interested in a camera inspection service for your plumbing system? Call Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air at (866) 374-0402 today to schedule an appointment!

When Is a Camera Pipeline Inspection Necessary?

Camera inspections are not necessary for every drain clog or sewer problem. In fact, snaking and hydrojetting are generally highly effective in clearing even very stubborn blockages and cleaning your drains almost completely. However, in certain instances, it may be necessary to schedule a camera plumbing inspection in San Diego.

You might want to consider having a professional plumber conduct a camera inspection of your drain or sewer line if any of the following are true:

  • You’ve experienced numerous, recurring clogs/blockages
  • Problems are occurring in various areas of the pipes
  • You are not sure whether or not tree root invasion has occurred
  • You keep having to schedule professional sewer repairs
  • The pipes themselves are old, and you suspect they may be deteriorating
  • Drain snaking and/or hydrojetting has not been effective
  • You simply do not know what is causing your drain/sewer problems

Camera inspections can eliminate the guesswork when it comes to your drains and/or sewer lines. Instead of wondering what’s causing the problem and guessing at the best solution, our team will be able to provide an accurate, precise diagnosis. From there, we can quickly and effectively carry out any necessary repairs or replacements, providing you with greater peace of mind in knowing that we’ve found a solution that will last.

How Long Will the Camera Inspection Take?

We understand that you don’t have the time to wait around all day for a camera inspection. With Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air, you won’t have to! Our camera inspections typically take two hours or less.

Contact Us Today to Schedule Your Service

When you choose Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air for your San Diego camera plumbing inspection service, you’ll be treated with superior workmanship and outstanding customer care. In most cases, we’re able to dispatch a technician to your home on the same day as your call. We provide all our prices upfront and in writing, and we always treat you and your property with respect, keeping our workspaces clean and leaving your property even better than we found it. All of our services are backed by our 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee.

Schedule your service with us today—call Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air at (866) 374-0402 to get started!

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Tips & Advice From Our Experts

  • How to Keep Electric Bills Down
    Do you feel like your summer electric bill has been sky-rocketing? When an air conditioner starts to age, homeowners end up over-paying for comfort. When this happens, it's time to look into investing in a new, high-efficiency system. With the rapid advances in heating and cooling technology, it makes much more sense to invest the money in a new system, rather than paying for wasted energy. New systems often come with energy efficiency rebates and several great financing options. Add to that, the money that is saved on energy bills after they are installed, this becomes a no-brainer. Not only will you be more comfortable in your home, it's much more satisfying to invest in your home than it is to send money to the electric company!
  • Improper Ducting Can Destroy Your HVAC System...And Your Utility Savings!
    Ductwork is one of the most overlooked, but most important components of your heating and air conditioning system. When our Project Managers come to do an engineering analysis, they will use Duct-a-Lator to ensure that your system is sized properly and is using the proper CFM or cubic feet per minute. When ducts are undersized they will cause system breakdowns and significant loss of efficiency. Always make sure the ducting is checked when you have an AC or heater repair or replacement your HVAC system.
  • You Have Orangeburg Pipe. Now What?
    Orangeburg pipe is made of paper and tar and was only used as a less expensive substitute for cast iron during the 1940s –1970s. And yes, we do see this pipe in San Diego and San Diego County. Due to its composition, Orangeburg will become misshapen (like the profile of an egg lying on its side). Unfortunately, it's not practical to make any kind of spot repair on Orangeburg. In fact, it may not even be legal in your municipality. All Orangeburg piping is past its useful life and should be replaced.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • How Tree Roots Invade Pipes
    A very common reason for stoppages are tree roots. Tree roots typically enter a pipe through a bad connection. They can’t enter a sewer system that is constructed properly. Roots should never be present. Roots quickly become established and as they grow, they further damage the connection – kind of like a tree sapling that grows through a crack in a sidewalk. If left alone for just a few months, it will cause the sidewalk to crack. That is what happens with tree roots and sewer lines.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • Partially Collapsed Pipe

    Drain stoppages can occur when a sewer line is starting to collapse, which is not good. When a pipe is this damaged, it is only a matter of time before the line fully collapses.

    While a pipe is only partially collapsed, it is still possible to try a trenchless replacement of the line before it gets any worse. Fixing the pipe as soon as possible can save you money and reduce the disruption to your yard.

    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
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