The Sewer View Difference
Since Sewer View started in 2008, we have inspected well over 55,000 sewer lines in Denver and the surrounding front range. We give reasons why we believe a line is good or bad. We won’t say ‘’because we said so’’. You will never see a recommendation that says, “Consult a Professional”. We are the professionals!
Fact, almost anyone can push the camera down a sewer line.
More Important Fact. It takes a trained, and experienced eye to properly diagnose many of today’s sewer lines. Therefore, we train extensively and continually. In an industry that relies so heavily on opinion, experience is the best knowledge. Sewer View has knowledge!
Each technician goes through extensive training. New technician’s videos and reports are reviewed by a more experienced set of eyes before they are released to the client. At least 250 inspections are reviewed before they are on their own. The videos must match the information on the report. We also realize, none of us will ever see it all. With what we have available with technology today. We can share videos and get a second opinion on a difficult call in the matter of minutes.
Not all breaks require a repair. Some types of breaks are very common and most likely were the results of installation. Many low spots have nothing to do with the line failing, the line was installed a little off. This does not necessarily mean it needs to be fixed. Roots, in most cases, are nothing more than a maintenance item. Compare it to replacing the filter in your furnace. Clean it, it flows. It takes experience to know the difference. The Sewer View difference.
All our main line cameras are color and self-leveling. Each camera has a built-in transmitter allowing us to locate where and how deep the camera is. Sewer View has the ability to inspect 300’ sewer lines without additional equipment. In addition to main line cameras, we are able to inspect and locate lines as small as 1” in diameter. We currently have 3 different size of camera. All color!
No upcharges, one price for an initial inspection. “We Inspect, That’s it”.
Sewer View – Since 2008 over 55,000 inspections and counting!
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