How To Perform A Drain Camera Service

February 11, 2021
Lance Ball, owner of Aspen Mountain Plumbing, shows you how we prepare for a drain camera inspection.

How Aspen Mountain Plumbing performs a Drain Camera inspection

Drain camera inspections are one of the best ways to see what's causing sewer and drainage backups.

Lance Ball of Aspen Mountain Plumbing, a plumbing service business in Rock Springs, WY, shows you how to use a Drain Camera inspection service. This is an advanced and state of the art method where the drain camera can be used. But do keep in mind that it may require 2 or more trained individuals to do a good job using the Drain Camera, as per city or state regulations of each area, and city or state plumbing and inspection laws.

Aspen Mountain Plumbing is your local Drain Camera expert

Aspen Mountain Plumbing is your local drain camera inspection and sewer camera inspection expert. We perform professional drain camera inspection of your drains and sewers, a service to reveal what is causing backup in your plumbing lines. If you are in Rock Springs, WY, or Green River, WY, and have a clog in the bathroom, kitchen sink or toilet, especially after a heavy rain, give us a call as we can help you prevent a major problem.

Aspen Mountain Plumbing knows about drain cameras. As a local Rock Springs, WY, plumbing business, we've been using drain camera inspection equipment for years - and we're also often asked to by residential homeowners to see the process. We are happy to oblige as we run a transparent plumbing operation.

Owner Lance Ball of Aspen Mountain Plumbing prepares a drain camera inspection for a Rock Springs, WY, homeowner.

Identifying and addressing a clogged drain line using a video camera

During a sewer camera inspection, radio transmitters on the drain camera record depth and physical location of any defects or obstructions it encounters in the drain line. In addition to the visual evidence transmitted by the drain camera, this data allows plumbing technicians to accurately diagnose problems and recommend solutions.

Sewer line camera services can identify the most common drain problems, including:

  • Damaged Pipes
  • Clogged Sewer Lines
  • Obstructed Drains
  • Natural Wear and Tear

Do I need a drain video camera inspection?

A video camera inspection service for clogged drains are highly recommended if you experience repeated sewer or drain line backups, slow drains, or clogs. This can also be a money saving investment as high water bills can possibly indicate a sewer line leak, and can also be identified with a sewer line video inspection. So to lower those water bills, let's get a camera in there to really see what's causing you to pay for water that's being wasted. Save on water bills, and save the planet! It's a win-win situation.

An Aspen Mountain Plumbing Service Van Used To Perform A Drain-Camera Inspection By Owner Lance Ball

Call Aspen Mountain Plumbing to schedule your next drain camera service.

Learn more about our Aspen Mountain Plumbing clogged drain services or give us a call at (307) 922-4413.

Lance Ball is the proud owner of Aspen Mountain Plumbing.

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