Sewer Scoping Service from Home Health Inspections LLC

The fact of the matter is, sewer lines break over time, and often the cost of the repairs falls on the home owners shoulders. When thinking about closing on a real estate transaction, getting a sewer inspection should be at the top of the due diligence checklist. 

Most people would never know if there was an issue with their sewer system. This is why it is important to protect your potential investment by having your sewage line checked by a certified professional who has access to the necessary equipment to perform a sewer scoping. If a problem is found, repairs can be used as leverage when negotiating terms to close on your new home, if these issues are left unnoticed, hefty repair costs could fall on the new owner’s shoulders. 

What exactly is a sewer scope inspection?

A sewer scope is a special camera used to check the lateral sewer lines that comes from your home and connects to the main sewer line in your neighborhood. Sewer scoping is done to reveal blockages in the system, or other damages that may have occured.

If sewage contaminants have been found in your water supply, there is a backflow problem in your home, or there is a depression in your lawn above the sewer line, a sewer inspection should be conducted immediately. A sewer scope will confirm the source of the issue, and allow you to take prompt action to make repairs.

Sewer scoping is not typically a required part of the home inspection process, but it should be. If you are buying a home, making a sewer scope part of the due diligence process could save you 10s of thousands of dollars if a problem is discovered. If you have owned your home for a while, sewer scoping can uncover minor issues before they turn into big problems for your home and your wallet.

 

How can Home Health Inspections help?

Home Health Inspections LLC works with certified professionals to conduct your sewer inspection. By using a home inspection service instead of a plumber you can ensure you are getting an unbiased opinion. We gain nothing if repairs need to be made, so you can trust that we are simply reporting information, and not over-emphasizing minor issues to try and land a big repair contract. 

Upon completion of your sewer inspection we will report any visible defect in materials of your sewer line. If repairs do need to be made, we will help point you in the right direction to find a sewer contractor who is licensed to operate in the area.

Whether you are buying or selling a home, or are doing routine maintenance on your current home, a sewer scoping can ensure that you are not susceptible to any major repairs due to your sewage system. For service in Hillsboro, Portland, Cornelius, Forest Grove, Beaverton, or other surrounding areas in Oregon, give us a call today, or fill out the form below to get started on getting your home the safety inspection it deserves.  

Contact us today for more information, or to schedule your home inspection!

(503) 680-6158

James@HomeHealthInspections.com