Our (Ridgid SeeSnake) state-of-the-art camera and a video monitor digitally record the results of the inspection. We provide you with a copy of the video recording on a flash drive and submit the results on a flash drive to appropriate local utility companies or city agencies to help manage your sewer repair project and upcoming sewer compliance requirements.
The process works by inserting a high-resolution camera through the sewer pipe from the cleanout to the City’s sanitary main. We closely inspect for any breaks or blockages in the sewer line. Video images are sent to the camera operator and radio transmitter recording the depth and the location of your sewer lateral. We look for any damages to the mainline and determine if there are any roots intruding and plugging up the sewer line. Our camera can detect offset joints in the pipe, broken or collapsed pipes, off-grade pipes, blockages in the line, and leaking joints.
Sewer Line Video Inspection cost: SLO Trenchless charges $300 for residential video inspection, and most inspections are completed within one hour. (Sewer line inspection costs varies if more time is required, or if the lines are plugged and need to be cleared in order to perform the inspection.) The $300 fee includes all setup, inspection, and clean-up time, and time for you to talk to our knowledgable service technician and get direct answers to your sewer later line concerns.
There are times a camera inspection may cost more.