Denver Sewer Scope & Inspection

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    Due to the age of the clay pipe sewer systems, a large amount of the main sewer lines that we inspect in the Denver area have issues that require urgent attention. These clay sewer pipes will degrade over time with small cracks and are subject to root damage from trees. When roots detect the smallest amount of water they will force into cracks and grow into sewer lines seeking water. Once they spread in your sewer lines they snag things such as toilet paper and waste, slowly accumulating blockages or even worse, collapsing the pipes . These issues can remain unknown for many years, which can result in costly repairs that could have been prevented with a simple sewer cam inspection.

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    Sewer Scope Camera Inspections in Denver

    Sewer Camera inspections are essential to check the condition of your sewer lines and find clogged drains and sewer pipe problems. Sewer cams are a camera that is inserted into your drain with a tv monitor above ground that shows a live video of the inside of your drain. If there is a problem our technicians will help you find a quick solution. With a Denver sewer scope inspection, we will know the location of your drain problem as well as what it will need to be repaired. We take the time to explain and show you exactly what is happening in your system.

    A sewer line camera inspection can assist in catching these issues early and potentially save you money on costly repairs or replacements. In some cases, we have been able to catch the issues early enough to begin an enzyme cleaner regimen and regular drain cleaning schedule to save thousands of dollars in sewer line replacement. Our technicians are not paid on commission like most of our competitors, allowing you to trust them to be completely honest about your situation. Have peace of mind knowing that you can actually see what is going on in your sewer line and get a straightforward diagnosis. Call Simply Sewers today for a sewer camera to troubleshoot drain and sewer issues.

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    What Is A Sewer Scope?

    Simply Sewers uses sewer scopes to inspect the lateral line leading from the house to various locations such as city septic tanks, public sewage lines, or homeowners association taps. Sewer scopes are devices that use a video display to show what a sewer camera at the end of a long snake-like pole sees inside a hard to reach space such as a pipe or a sewage line. In this sense, you can consider a sewer scope and a sewer camera to be one and the same.

    Sewer scopes or sewer cameras are helpful in that they can reveal blockages that have been causing issues such as wet spots in your lawn, backflow or unintended reverse flow of water in your pipes, and other such problems that can damage your home and land you with a hefty bill.

    Sewer Camera Inspection for Home Buyers

    Why Do A Sewer Camera Inspection Before Buying A House?

    The first and most pressing reason is that fixing any sewer damage or blockages can take a lot of money. You are already purchasing a home, why risk adding onto your bill with repairing sewer-related issues that could have easily been solved with a quick and much cheaper sewer inspection?

    Considering a sewer camera inspection before buying a house can help save time and money. Buying a house is already stressful enough and inspecting one can be a huge undertaking as well. That’s why some home inspectors may not conduct inspections of home sewer systems due to it existing underground and not on the surface in plain sight. They already have a myriad of other conditions and requirements to check and it is easy to overlook something like underground sewers.

    Benefits of a Sewer Scope

    Sewer scope inspections can help save money with a simple flat rate instead of an hourly rate. But there are even more benefits to be gained from sewer scope inspections such as finding and preventing issues and damage before they happen or get even worse, a non-intrusive process for inspecting the pipes, and peace of mind. Checking for possible sewer system damage is always a safe bet, and you never know if any small issues can turn into major regrets. And thankfully you won’t need to worry about any landscaping issues since sewer scopes use a small camera to non-intrusively inspect your pipes and show the findings on video. And making sure your home is safe and in good maintenance is always helpful to you and to prospective buyers.

    Why Do I Need A Sewer Camera Inspection?

    By performing a Denver sewer camera inspection you can ensure that your pipelines are free of clogged drains and damaged pipes which could lead to larger problems down the road. Simply Sewer’s sewer scope inspections can reveal where the issues are and what needs to be done to fix them. Our technicians, who aren’t paid on commission like most of our competitors, will take the time to explain and show you exactly what’s going on for full transparency.

    How Much Does A Sewer Camera Inspection Cost?

    You may find that sewer camera inspection rates can vary from company to company, often on the high end. But here at Simply Sewers we can send one of our expert technicians to get you a free estimate on how much an inspection costs. We may also have special promos for sewer camera inspections on our website. All in all, ensuring a properly functioning home sewer line can only help you in the long run.

    How Much Does It Cost To Replace A Sewer Line?

    Replacing sewer lines can often involve multiple sorts of issues such as blockages, damaged pipes, and leaking joints. Taking this into account along with various other factors that may not appear at first glance can take some investigation. Luckily our professional technicians can provide a free estimate to you.


    1. Why do sewer lines have these issues?
    There are a variety of issues. Sometimes pipe deteriorate with age. Other times you might have blockages or clogged drains. Our experienced technicians can go over possible reasons with you.

    2. Will this harm my property at all?
    No, Simply Sewers uses a non-intrusive sewer camera to enter your pipes and troubleshoot the problem.

    3. How much will a sewer camera inspection or replacing a sewer line cost?
    There are many factors that go into a sewer camera inspection or replacing sewer lines. Schedule an appointment with Simply Sewers to get a free estimate.

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