Maxprobe

Maxprobe – Our Pipeline Inspection Camera System

What Is The Maxprobe Range? Here at Scanprobe, we have many pipe inspection camera systems at our disposal, but the Maxprobe range is definitely one of the most popular. Also encompassing the Maxprobe XL and the Maxprobe 120, the Maxprobe range is an extremely effective way to view potential blockages in drainage systems. They have
Drain Reporting Software
Benefits Of Drain Reporting Software When it comes to drain inspections, it is often difficult to explain the results to consumers and convince them that follow up maintenance is necessary. This is why drain reporting software is proving itself to be extremely valuable. In this blog post, we at Scanprobe are going to detail the

How Much Does A CCTV Drain Survey Cost? – Blog

Drain survey used to be a big problem until the game-changing technology of CCTV drain survey entered the market. With the new methods of using cameras and crawlers to move around the pipelines, it is now easy to detect any blockages in your pipeline. You don’t even need to be a plumbing professional to know
When your drain makes a gurgling sound, you know there is trouble coming. All you really want is for the ‘trouble’ to go down the drain. Sometimes, if you are lucky, a little push down the draining pipe with a snake could help the draining cleaning. But if the clog is unreachable, you have two
CCTV drain camera

CCTV Drain Camera Inspection: Reasons to Conduct Them

Most people, as part of your daily routine, wake up in the morning and head straight to the bathroom. But, after no. 2, what if you find out that the toilet isn’t flushing? What do you do now? Do you: Use a plungerinside the toilet and see if that takes care of the blockage? Or
DRAINAGE CAMERA

Your Definitive Guide to Grease Traps

When grease, oil, and fat are poured into the sink and go down the drain, overflow and sewer blockages may occur. Overflows cause the sewage in its raw form to be spilled onto sidewalks and city streets along with storm drains, which ultimately end up in the bay or on your property. This is a
Burst Pipes

Burst Pipes: Reasons and Prevention

“Sweetie! The pipes burst!” Well, the dreaded day the cold won. And while you have done what you could do to prepare for this, the lingering, extreme cold temperature got the best of your pipes in the end. While older homes with unfinished cellars or basements are prone to pipe bursts, even a new home