Plumbers do that, don’t they?
True it is work for plumbers , but it should be educational to watch.
Hard to inspect if you do not know how it is done.
Hank charges an extra $225 for the add on service of inspecting the sewer line to the street. Seeing that it could cost tens of thousands to repair a broken or clogged sewer line, I think $225 is money well spent. He says he finds a problem in 40% of all inspections and a serious problem in 15%. He once found an entire garden shovel in the sewer line. The system measures the distance to the problem so that a plumber can find it and repair.
Every one of my reports has a standard recommendation for such a service. I would love to be able to provide it, myself.
What is the cost on those gizmo’s?
Expensive!! 4400+ for similar Web http://www.ohiopowertool.com/m-136-ridgid-inspection-equipment.aspx
But you can pick up used. Looking for one myself now.
Thermal camera on the left…
Sewer cam on the right…
Oh H_ll just get both.:shock: :roll:
Well Bob, you got the what you might have missed with the thermal cam, or them Chicago union boys with the sewer cam. Take your pick.