Sewer Scope Service
A home inspection is essential when buying a home. It is a significant part of the real estate transaction, whether you are buying or selling. Although major components are inspected, one important system is often not included – the sewer line.
A typical home inspection doesn’t cover the sewer line as it is buried in the ground. But here at Valuespec Home Inspection Service, we provide an exemplary Los Angeles Sewer Scope Inspection to determine the condition of the property’s sewer line and see if the system is properly functioning.
What is a Sewer Scope Inspection?
Sewer Scope Inspection is a video inspection of the lateral line (privately-owned pipeline) from the house connecting to the city tap, septic tank, or publicly-owned main sewer line.
“Jeff is an amazing inspector and his knowledge is incredible. He has been a General Contractor for over 20 years and is now sharing knowledge with sellers and buyers for their home inspections. Our clients at Dreamforce Real Estate are so thankful for that knowledge and guidance. Just simply put – great service – quick turn times- great pricing! Thank you so much Jeff!” – Review of Valuespec Home Inspection Service By Scott Assali
What Happens During a Sewer Scope Inspection?
A typical single-family residence inspection takes approximately one hour to complete. Our professional will insert a mini video camera into the sewer line and through the cleanout. The cleanout includes the basement, crawlspace, or just outside where the sewer line exits the house. If there are no obstructions found, our professional will inspect the city’s mainline from the cleanout. However, if problems are found, the trouble area’s location and depth will be easily recorded and marked on the ground surface.