Many people dread the thought of having their septic tank drained or repaired because of the damage that will occur to their yard or landscaping. This is understandable as many properties have been ruined in the past by companies who have little to no regard for how much damage they can cause. In the past, if there were any signs of complications with a septic tank, the entire tank would need to be dug up and inspected. This digging would cause the need for thousands of dollars’ worth of landscape replacement. Now, modern septic experts can use updated technology to find and repair many septic tank issues.
As with any type of issue, finding the source of the problem is always necessary before it can be corrected. If you notice foul-smelling odors, overflowing toilets, or slow drains, these can be warning signs of a septic problem. In order to find a long-lasting solution to your septic problems, it is first necessary to have an accurate diagnosis.
Septic Camera Inspection
Modern technology now allows a unique tool to inspect septic lines and locate probable issues. Camera inspection technology allows a video camera head that is connected to a flexible cable to be inserted into the main sewer line or snaked through pipes. This technology will enable technicians above ground to view in real-time images to diagnosis any septic problems without ruining your landscape, home, or property.
While camera inspection technology cannot diagnose all septic problems, they can reveal most of them:
- Corrosion problems
- Cracks and fractures in pipes
- Solid waste levels and proper water flow
- Presence of roots intruding the lines
- Crushing of flow that restricts the pipes
- The condition of the inlet/outlet baffles to determine tank capacity levels
- Overall septic operation
At Septic Service Pro, we understand and appreciate the urgency of solving septic problems. We provide Georgia homeowners, home buyers, and home sellers with septic solutions and peace of mind. Call us today.
Posted on behalf of Septic Service Pro