Sewer Scope Inspection

Sewer Scope Inspection

Sewer Scope Inspection – What we Look For

Wondering what to look for during the inspection? You’ll typically watch the video feed throughout the process. You and your inspector will be looking for:

  • Serious clogs or blockages in the sewer line
  • Cracks, damage or imperfections in the line
  • The type of material used for the line (clay, concrete, plastic, metal, etc)
  • Roots growing through the line
  • Separation or failure of the line
  • Potential damage or issues with the septic tank (if present)

Your inspector will walk you through the entire process, and help you understand what you’re seeing. If no issues are detected, great! If there are some minor problems, you may be able to negotiate a better rate on the home, or at least plan for the repair in your home budget during the next few years. Finally, if there is a major issue, you likely will be able to walk away from the sale, require the homeowner to make the repair themselves, or get them to reduce the cost of the property accordingly.

Know Before You Make An Offer: Get A Sewer Scope Inspection!

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