When we notice our drains our clogged, we sometimes procrastinate and put it off. We poor chemicals down the drain or plunge away until it flows again. Unfortunately, sometimes a clogged drain can be worse than you think. If you can’t see inside the pipe, it’s very difficult to know what exactly the problem is.
Common Clogged Pipe Problems
- Build Up
- Broken Pipe
- Cracked Pipe
- Crushed Pipe
- Tree Roots
- Offset Tiles
Efficient Pipe Restoration
Most plumbers will do guesswork to unclog your pipes. Assuming that it is built up sand or grease they will snake the drain which may temporary solve the problem but may lead to bigger problems later. Using the wrong procedures can cause more damage and add to the problem later, which will end up costing you more money. Here at Rooter MD plumbing, we know that your pipes should not be left up to chance.
Using Drain Scoping to Find the Problem
The plumbing professionals at Rooter MD use a state-of-the-art procedure called drain scoping. Drain scoping is an accurate way to find what the problem is with your drain. Drain scoping involves the use of a miniature high definition camera attached to a hose which when lowered into your pipes gains you an exclusive view of the problem.
Solving the Problem
Unlike drain scoping, ordinary drain snaking cannot determine the problem the way drain scoping. They can only clear out debris, they cannot be used to view the problem before they cause more damage. Our experts at Rooter MD can then show you the problem and tell you the plan action.
If your pipes are done without the drain scope, they can be mistreated, causing even bigger problems down the line. Our experts at Rooter MD Plumbing know how to accurately find the problem, saving you money in the future. Contact Rooter MD Plumbing today at (248) 850-2061, so we can use drain scoping to inspect your pipes and find the problem.