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Sewer Inspections

Hassle-free Sewer Inspections from Qualified Local Boston Techs

Plumbers 911 Uses New Technology in All Our Sewer Tasks

The purchase of a new home is exciting though wrought with pitfalls. Even when you find your dream property, an inspection is a must.

Careful inspection of the property’s plumbing and sewer can protect you from a costly, messy repairs down the road. Professional sewer inspections can only be done by a local Boston MA professional. With our help, you can be confident that your new home does not have any sewer problems.

Expect Credible Sewer Inspections

Sewer Inspections | Boston PlumbersOur qualified plumbers know the local codes and requirements when it comes to maintaining and repairing the sewer lateral. You, as a homeowner are responsible for the sewer line that leads from your home or business to the city main.

Inspecting this prior to buying a home can save you from taking on costly repairs yourself. If problems are found, it can lead to better price compromises. A standard home inspection will only inspect the visual aspects of the building’s plumbing. It will take a professional sewer inspection service to check out the home’s sewer line.

 

Our Qualifications Include:

  • Technicians with 10,000 hours of training
  • Fully licensed and insured professionals
  • State of the Art Equipment
  • Trusted professionals with background and drug screening tests
  • 100% Customer Service
  • 24/7 Emergency Services

Important Questions To Ask When You Are Buying a Home

When you’re fired up about a home, remember that an inspection is in order. Typical inspections do not include a sewer line or septic system inspection and homeowners are not required to disclose any information apart from if there is a septic system or municipal lines.

Be sure to ask when the last inspect was done if everything was found according to code. Regular sewer line inspections are important to ensure that the system is up to code or needs to be upgraded due to new requirements. If an upgrade is in order, you can negotiate it into the price of the home.

Knowing the water capacity of the current system is also helpful. All systems have a set capacity. If you will be using a great quantity of water, you will need to either upgrade the sewer system or plan on using less water.

If the current sewer system is over 25 years old, an upgrade may be in order. Be sure to negotiate this into the sale price of your home. If the system is younger ask how well it has been maintained and service. Don’t hesitate to ask for the name of the septic service that was used to maintain and contact them about the shape of your sewer system.

What Does a Sewer Inspection Look Like?

Sewage Inspection | Boston MA PlumbersThere are different methods and steps that are part of a sewer inspection. It will ultimately depend on how comprehensive you wish the inspection to be. Most common inspection services include using a dye test, an open pit test, and a camera sewer line inspection.

A dye test uses a fluorescent dye. The dye is added into the septic system. If the dye is then seen in the ground above the drain field it is indicative of a failing septic system.

The Open Pit test pumps out the tank and removes the dirt covering both the tank and distribution line. Mirrors and cameras are then used to inspect its condition and diagnose any problems that may be seen.

How Much Do Sewer Inspections Cost and Are They Worth It?

Plumbers 911 is proud to offer the most competitive rates in the Boston Area. Sewer inspections typically range from $400 up to $15,000 depending on size, type of inspection, and other factors. Our specialists can give you an accurate quote today so don’t hesitate to call and ask.

Spending this amount of money is only a fraction of what it would cost to replace the whole system. Wouldn’t you rather know the condition of the sewer system, rather than be faced with the unpleasant surprise of a required upgrade after the purchase is complete?

A quality sewer inspection will eliminate guesswork and let you know exactly what is going on with the sewer system. Our camera inspections use state of the art equipment to physically see the problem, ensure everything is up to code, and give you negotiating/bargaining power.

Root Intrusion is a Serious Problem

Old homes, in particular, are in need of a sewer inspection. Homes over 20 years old may have severe root intrusion from nearby trees and shrubs. The roots of plants can travel great distances to find moisture for nourishment. Your sewer and drain lines are the perfect candidate because they provide moisture constantly. The roots enter the pipes and continue to grow, forming a serious clog.

Some old homes have Orangeburg pipes. These pipes are made out of tar paper and fall apart over time. Knowing this can save you a lot of hassle and disappointment down the road.

Why Call A Local Professional Plumber?

Sewer Inspection | Boston MA PlumbersUndertaking a sewer inspection on your own is dangerous and requires specialized tools. Only certified and professional plumbers should be used for this task. Our local technicians are knowledgeable on local codes and requirements, as well as the best techniques available to inspect and diagnose problems.

Calling our professionals ensures you receive quality service and competitive pricing. We are able to provide lower prices by lowering our overhead, and increasing our efficiency.
When you need an inspection done calling our technicians is a great move, as they are highly skilled and trained to ensure the best service for your money.

With extensive background checks, clearances, and training, you can feel safe with the contractor that comes into your home. All of our technicians stay up to date on their training and make your 100% satisfaction their goal.

So don’t hesitate to give Plumbers 911 a call today. Your local Boston technician is available to inspect your potential home’s sewer system for common and costly problems.