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The Top 3 Reasons to Have Your Sewer Scoped

Are you concerned that your sewer system has a problem in need of fixing? Don’t put off taking action, allowing the problem to worsen. Instead, consider scheduling a sewer scope inspection as soon as possible. You may also want to schedule one of these inspections for regular maintenance, ensuring that your sewer system remains in its best possible condition.

But what are the benefits of performing a sewer scope inspection?

It’s Less Intrusive Than Other Sewer Inspection Methods

When you use a video scope to inspect your sewers, you’re making the most non-invasive, most accurate route. Through this cost-effective process, you’ll be able to locate the exact sites in need of repair—and you’ll be able to do this quickly and efficiently. 

With a Sewer Scope Inspection, There’s Less Digging and Guessing—The Answers Are Clear

When you use the traditional method of searching for and locating sewer problems, you’ll need to dig small holes—or in some instances, even large trenches. There’s a lot of guesswork behind this process, as you haven’t yet located the precise problem areas. On the other hand, if you use a sewer scope inspection, you’ll be freed of the digging and guessing process. Instead, you’ll discover the exact repairs you need for your sewer pipes. Plus, you won’t have to re-landscape a good portion of your yard in the aftermath.

Find and Deal With Leaks, Before They Cause Big Damage (and Big Problems)

The longer you wait to repair a leak, the worse the damage and the more costly the repair job. With a thorough sewer scope inspection, you’ll be able to easily locate any minor leaks in your pipes, allowing for early intervention and repairs. However, if this leak is left untreated, it could develop into a much larger leak, leading to significant damage. This can have a devastating effect on your property and can be avoided with regular sewer scope inspections. 

Interested in making sewer scope inspections a regular piece of your home maintenance regime? Contact the sewer scoping experts at Columbia Drain by emailing us at

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