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Sewer Inspection​

Our Sewer Inspection service at Westside Home Inspections utilizes advanced video technology to provide a clear and detailed view of the condition of sewer lines. This inspection is critical for identifying issues like blockages, breaks, and wear that could lead to severe plumbing and sanitary problems.

The process begins with the insertion of a high-resolution camera into the sewer line. This camera is specially designed to travel through the pipes and provide real-time video feedback. It allows our inspectors to visually assess the entire length of the sewer system from inside, identifying any irregularities or damages that may not be visible from the surface.

This type of inspection is invaluable for any homeowner, as it helps to preemptively address issues that could otherwise lead to costly and disruptive repairs. Common problems detected during these inspections include tree root intrusion, pipe collapses, and significant blockages. Early detection and remediation of these issues can save homeowners significant amounts of money and inconvenience.

In addition to identifying current problems, our sewer inspections can also provide prospective homeowners with peace of mind by ensuring that the sewer system of a potential new home is in good condition, free from hidden problems that could necessitate expensive repairs after purchase.

Each sewer inspection report includes detailed findings and high-quality images from the camera feed, along with recommendations for any necessary repairs or maintenance. This report can serve as a powerful tool in negotiating property prices or in planning for future maintenance.

Opting for a sewer inspection from Westside Home Inspections means choosing to protect your property investment by ensuring that one of the most critical and often overlooked systems of your home is functioning correctly and efficiently. This proactive approach can help avoid the unpleasant surprises that sewer issues can often present.


3 Simple Steps to Process


Examine client needs and property details.


Thorough evaluation of the home’s condition.


Detailed documentation of findings and advice.