CCTV PIPE INSPECTION
The health of your stormwater and sewer pipes is vitally important to the way your home or business premises function. They transport human waste products, waste water and rain run off away from your property and poor pipe health can lead to a range of serious structural and functional complications. Leaks and other problems in these pipes can be difficult to locate but having regular CCTV inspections removes the guess work.
A CCTV pipe inspection provides you with full discovery of the state of your pipes, including where current problems are located and where future pipe problems are likely to occur.
With a CCTV pipe inspection carried out by a trained Nuflow technician, you receive the video footage taken, as well as a report of all findings, so you have complete peace of mind.
WHAT IS A CCTV DRAIN INSPECTION?
CCTV drain inspections involve using a small camera with a bright LED light attached which is propelled through the pipes of your property, capturing high-definition footage. The camera feeds the footage back to the operator on a computer in real-time and information is stored for reference.
Nuflow technicians use the latest, rugged and agile CCTV camera equipment capable of recording in all conditions and in otherwise inaccessible areas such as sewer systems, storm water networks and most types of water pipes.
The use of CCTV prior to pipe repairs has become industry best practice because it has no impact on the structural integrity of pipes, is safe for workers and the environment and is cost effective.
THE BENEFITS OF INSPECTING PIPES WITH NUFLOW
With CCTV Drain Inspections, Nuflow is able to:
WHY ARE PIPE INSPECTIONS SO IMPORTANT?
A CCTV pipe inspection is essential in assessing the extent and location of damaged pipes prior to carrying out pipe repairs. It is also ideal for:
FINDINGS & OUTCOME
Our Nuflow expert technicians use CCTV pipe inspection equipment to reveal:
WHEN TO GET A CCTV PIPE INSPECTION?
Signs you need a CCTV drain inspection include:
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