Septic systems are all underground. In the past, septic companies have had to dig a lot of holes to locate septic system components. Septic line clogs were done by “feel” and remedied by trial and error with an auger snake. An accurate septic survey was necessary for discovering and repairing septic leaks. Now, septic services can “see” underground using video camera technology. This has been useful not only in locating septic clogs, but it’s also helpful in prevention as well.
Whether it’s a home inspection, or just getting a visual on the condition of septic pipes underground, sewer camera inspection services provide an accurate snapshot of the internal condition of your septic system – in a fraction of the time. When Maznek Septic performs a complete septic system evaluation, we include images from our sewer cam in the report we provide to our clients.
We also have a radio transmitter. Radio signals can also help us to “see underground.” A transmitter is especially useful for marking out the location of all pipes underground – both inlet and outlet septic pipes, D box and the leach field chambers. If you are considering construction anywhere near your septic system, give us a call to mark out the exact location to avoid driving machinery over your tank and leach field.
Are your drains sluggish? Do you have an older septic system and concerned about the condition internally? Just give us a call, and will come out and take some pictures!