SEWER LINE INSPECTIONS
Potential buyers would be wise to have their portion of the city sewer inspected prior to agreeing on a contract.
If you think a sewer line inspection means tearing up your (soon to be) new lawn, think again! We use state-of-the-art technology to inspect and identify problems without digging a trench. We may even be able to complete repairs without digging a trench through your new lawn!
HOW IT WORKS
First we use a camera to show you a clear picture of what's going in inside the pipe and identify areas that need repairs.
Then we assess the damage to make our recommendations for repairs. For example, plant roots may have caused cracks to form in the pipes, old materials may be breaking down, or there may be a clog. Of course, we may find nothing at all and you can proceed with your new home purchase with confidence.
OPTIONS FOR REPAIRING A SEWER LINE
If there is minimal damage, resin injections can repair small cracks. It does involve minimal digging to reach problem areas.
DIGGING A TRENCH
Sometimes, if the damage is very extensive, digging a trench is unavoidable. We like to save this option as our last resort.
Sellers - We won't interrupt your daily routine at all. In fact, the inspection will take place while you are out of the house.
Buyers - We recommend you attend the inspection along with your real estate agent. One of our inspectors will be sure to greet you and then go over the inspection results with the utmost professionalism and courtesy.
WE'VE GOT YOUR BACK
ADB Construction & Septic specializes in sewer inspection and repair, and we have the experience to guide you through the repair and maintenance process regardless of what issues may arise.
Our Inspections Include:
DETAILED REPORT OF CURRENT CONDITION OF SEPTIC SYSTEM
DIAGRAM WITH MEASUREMENTS
RECOMMENDED REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE