Before you purchase a new home, it is generally recommended that you hire a home inspector to go through it first. A home inspector will check the structural integrity of the home, as well as the interior plumbing, electrical system, heating, central air conditioning, the roof, attic, walls, ceilings, insulation, floors, doors, windows, basement, and foundation. Home inspectors conduct a thorough visual check for defects that could cause you costly repairs in the future. What they do not do, however, is check out the inside of your plumbing pipes to see how healthy they are. That is why we strongly recommend hiring a professional to conduct a plumbing camera inspection in addition to a home inspection.
During a camera inspection, a water-proof camera is sent through your pipes to inspect the entire interior. The camera is made of materials that will not damage your pipes, and a plumber will not need to do any digging in the ground or cut holes in the drywall in order to use it. For the end results, a licensed plumbing professional can accurately locate any problems in your plumbing system that aren’t noticeable from the outside. They can also pinpoint trouble spots that could result in plumbing issues down the road. For example, the camera could detect unknown leaks so they can be fixed prior to you receiving mysteriously high water and utility bills in your new home. It can also find areas where underground pipes are experiencing corrosion or being shifted and cracked by tree roots.
If you live in Kennesaw or Roswell and are in need of a plumbing camera inspection, look no further than your Marietta plumbers, Pell Plumbing Company. For more than 25 years, our trained plumbing professionals have been providing Marietta with quality services and repairs. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you can reach a customer care representative who can help.