We utilize several approaches to provide sewer inspection, including camera sewer inspection. In this inspection technique, a camera is used to detect clogged, blocked or damaged sewer systems. This state-of-the-art method, along with, other sewer inspection methods, allow us to quickly identify sewer problems.
Sewage includes sanitary sewage, commercial sewage, industrial sewage, agricultural sewage and surface runoff sewage. Sewage from your home or business carries body wastes, washing water, food waste, laundry waste, and other waste products from your household to a sewer treatment plant. This type of waste is typically referred to as domestic or sanitary sewage. Water-based waste from stores and other businesses, which serve the immediate community, is called commercial waste.
Waste content of industrial wastewater is usually more concentrated than wastewater from sanitary sewage. Surface runoff, also known as storm flow or overland flow, is waste water caused by rainfall or other precipitation. It typically runs over the ground surface to a curb drain or channel. Precipitation absorbs gases and particulates from the atmosphere, dissolving particulates from vegetation and soil, causing what is known as “acid rain.”
Because most sewage carries pathogenic organisms that can transmit disease to people and animals, it is important to take special care when conducting a sewer inspection. The Drain Doctor is a reputable sewer inspection company. We know exactly how to service your septic and sewer. Additionally, we remain be up to date on all applicable local, state and federal inspection and disposal laws. Our licensed sewer inspection technicians are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, with no surcharge for holidays, evenings or weekends, for your emergency plumbing needs. Our work comes with a limited warranty. Call us today. We’ll be there in 45 minutes or less.