Purchasing a new home can be an exciting time in your life. It can also be a stressful one, however. You’ve got to get your offers in, weigh all of the pros and cons of the location, school districts, etc. It’s a monumental process, and nobody wants to suffer buyer’s remorse when it comes to a house. That is why you really want to know what you are getting into.
Home inspections are a standard part of the home buying process. Just keep in mind, though, that there is a lot to a house that can evade the watchful eye of a home inspector. The pipes in the house, for instance, may not be readily accessible for a quick visual inspection. So, what are you supposed to do? Just hope that the pipes are in fine working condition? No way! Call our number to schedule video pipe inspection in New Port Richey, FL as part of your home inspection process.
How Does Video Pipe Inspection Work?
Very simply and effectively, provided you hire skilled, trained professionals to handle the job. There is no doubt about that being the case when you work with us, of course. Basically, our plumbers are just going to feed a video camera right into your pipes. Simple, right?
Well, it’s a bit more complex than that. The video camera is miniature and affixed to a flexible rod system that allows it to be fed right into the pipes of your plumbing system through either drain openings or a clean-out. The camera sends a live feed of footage back to a monitor that allows our plumbers to actually see the interior surfaces of your plumbing pipes. The footage may be saved in some cases for further review.
Why Schedule Video Pipe Inspection?
Because problems with your plumbing system are not always going to be glaringly obvious. Because even when you notice signs of a leak, the source of the leak could be much farther down the system than you realize. Because nothing is more valuable than the peace of mind that comes with knowing all facets of the home you’re buying are in great shape.
There are a lot of problems with a plumbing system that won’t manifest immediately. Getting out ahead of them by looking over your pipes with video pipe inspection equipment means any problems can be resolved before serious issues develop. Maybe there are leaks in your pipes. Maybe they are constricted due to deposits left behind by our relatively hard water. Maybe they are made of outdated materials, and are beginning to show signs of their age.
Whatever the case may be, this is one situation in which having this knowledge at your finger tips is incredibly beneficial. You don’t want to buy a house only to have it repiped down the line a short time later. When issues are discovered during the inspection process, a plan can be worked out with the sellers for how the situation will be resolved.
Contact Experts Plumbing Services, LLC to schedule your video pipe inspection services with trained professionals.