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Just because you can’t see inside your pipes doesn’t mean we can’t get a good look at the issue.
Using a SparVision 200 pipeline video, our pipeline video services enables us to determine the condition of small-diameter sewer lines and household connection pipes in a non-destructive manner to identify the location of the problem or blockage.
That means no guesswork or overkill solutions, ensuring the right solution to solve your problem. Video Inspection is also a great, low-cost way to pinpoint problems and locate pipes.
Pipeline Video Inspection Process
The equipment consists of a line with a small camera attached to the end, along with a video screen to observe the camera’s path.
The small camera and line are snaked into the pipeline in question, then worked forward through the pipeline.
As the camera works its way through the pipe, the resulting video reveals obstructions or other abnormalities without the need for digging.
Plumbing and Maintenance Tips
There are many ways to help keep the plumbing in your house or office working correctly and efficiently. These tips can prolong the life of your plumbing infrastructure, thereby saving your money!
Did you know? The average life span of internal toilet parts is about 8-10 years. The early symptoms of a toilet in need of repair include dark residue at the bottom of the tank, periodic “running” of water in the toilet, and leaking water. All of these symptoms can be repaired or replaced by one of our experienced technicians.
Toilet Tips: NEVER flush anything other than toilet paper and human waste down the toilet. Flushing any other items can clog, damage or even rupture your pipes!
Is your sink clogged? When a sink drains slowly, it is typically caused by hair or soap buildup. This can usually be removed by taking apart the drain assembly and removing with a small drain snake.
Water Heater Wisdom: Be sure that there is a thermal expansion tank present. The thermal expansion tank will prevent expanding water (while heating) from causing any damage to your pipes.
Remember to flush your water heater, too! To minimize sediment buildup at the bottom of the water heater, you must flush the water heater at least twice a year. Flushing out your heater is a relatively easy process, we will explain to you for no charge – call us!
Water Heater Wisdom: Signs of rust or oxidation often appear at the bottom of a water heater as they get close to the end of their life span. If you have questions or concerns about your water heater, please give us a call! We will gladly talk you through a few inspections you can do yourself to determine if YOUR water heater is in good health or not.
Our Customers Say
“What a GREAT company, they were here in less than hour and knew exactly what the problem was.”- R. Crosby
“Very professional personalized service. Always honest and sincere, a great company you can trust!”- A. DeSautles
“What a great job. They replaced my water heater with no mess.”- K. Tessler
“Fantastic service, very polite and respectful! We will be using Trinity Plumbing again in the future!!”- B. Vanderplough
“Extremely courteous and worked with integrity – Rank 5 out of 5.”- L. Rose
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