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Diving Deep Into Inspection Camera Issues

Imagine this: You’re kneeling in dry, dusty grass right beside a cleanout, pushing your Scanprobe pipe inspection system slowly down into the drain. The pushrod is a little bit slippery, but thankfully stiff; it’s flexible enough to enable you to tackle the 90-degree turn at the base of the cleanout and then coax it in
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Drain Inspection Camera System: Which One Is Right For You?

If you want your plumbing systems to function correctly,  sewer channels need to be free of obstructions and buildup. This way, the wastewater can be taken away from residential and commercial buildings. Unluckily, there are channels within the comprehensive sewer network that aren’t accessible to expert plumbing contractors or city employees like yourself. Advanced sewer
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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

Drain surveys: Can I do them myself?

Did you recently move into a new house and just want to check it out, or is poor drainage bothering you, and you’re not sure what the problem is? If yes, try hiring someone to carry out a CCTV survey of your property drains. This survey will enable you to identify your drains need repairing
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Your basic guide to a drain scan

To sustain and prolong the condition of your drains, it is important to be aware of what’s happening inside your pipes. A drain scan is the best way to do it. What’s a drain scan? In simple words, a drain scan is a detailed inspection of your drainage system using high-tech cameras that are inserted

Choosing an ideal sewer camera

The sewer inspection cameras are extensively utilised by home inspectors, engineers, contractors, plumbers, municipal workers, and other professionals for inspecting regions that aren’t easy to spot. These regions may comprise insides of a drain, spaces behind walls, pipeline interiors, and other hard-to-reach places. So, if you want to buy a sewer inspection camera, you first