A drain inspection is typically completed alongside a home inspection. A drain inspection helps identify root intrusions, sediment build up, and slow draining issues.
Accurate Inspections uses an advanced camera system to scope your drains and capture the condition of the pipes at the time of inspection.
If you are looking at buying a new home, call Accurate Inspections to make sure your drains are in good shape.
Odd smells and persistent clogs are surefire signs of trouble. You should schedule a drain inspection if you notice:
- Slow drains or sewer lines
- Puddles in your lawn
- Variations in your water pressure
Schedule a drain inspection to diagnose any issues.