You’ve heard the nightmare stories of homebuyers stuck with the bill
of correcting sewer issues. Why not ensure the quality of your sewer system
before you move in?
When people decide to buy a home, they know to get a home inspection. But
very few people understand the importance of asking for a sewer inspection.
Especially on an older home, a sewer inspection can save you untold hours
and dollars installing a new one after you experience a problem after
One of the most common problems affecting sewer lines is tree roots growing
into the lines. As trees grow, roots spread out and can crawl into tiny
opening in the pipes, expanding the sewer line. As they move and grow,
they latch on to debris flowing through the system, causing a build up.
With today’s modern technology, it’s easy to see the condition
of your drain and sewer lines from the inside. Using fiber optics, a plumber
will go in and view the inside of the pipe system. He will record the
process, and provide you with a copy of the results, carefully explaining
his findings and any possible repercussions. He will also provide you
with repair or replacement suggestions.
While a sewer inspection may come out of the new homebuyers pocket, it
is by far less expensive than the cost of having to replace a sewer line.
To schedule your sewer line inspection, contact Quality First Service Group.