Technology, etc.

sewercameraCameras
A few years ago, we would have had to dig up a sewer line in order to find the cause of a stubborn stoppage, but due to modern technology, we can actually use top-of-the-line, high quality cameras to view the inside of the sewer pipe, most often without excavating. These cameras are 100% guaranteed to:

  • Tell us the material, size and length of the pipe, its general condition and flow characteristics
  • Determine if a blockage is a result of an ongoing, long-term problem, or the result of a recent calamity
  • Inspect systems of “FOR SALE” properties and to protect the buyer from purchasing a home with a damaged sewer system
  • Minimize property damage
  • Be utilized to videotape problems for use in insurance claims

Please call our office immediately to set up an appointment to find out more information on these cameras or to set an appointment call (209) 533-1010.

jetterHigh Velocity Jetting Machines
These “jetters” are the ultimate tools for scrubbing and removing grease and sludge from problem drains. They may be utilized on old and new drains and restore drains to their original capacity.

Benefits:

  • All residential jetting jobs are backed by a one-year warranty
  • Jetters are ideal for kitchen drains, laundry lines, tubs, showers, lavatory sinks, restaurant floor sinks, floor drains, drain that dump into grease-traps or grease interceptors and urinal waste lines

leakdetectionLeak Detector
To detect leaks, we utilize a leak detector that is actually an electronic stethoscope, allowing us to locate even tiny leaks, or a pipe that is buried under concrete, asphalt or turf.

linelocateLine Locator
With a line locator, we can precisely pinpoint the location of stoppages and underground drain pipes, their path and depth. The benefits of using this equipment include the elimination of guesswork, precision excavating, resulting in minimal property damage and savings in time and money. Our systems reach up to 200 ft. and we can provide copies of the inspection either by VCR tape, computer file, or SD card.

thermalimagecameraThermal Imaging Camera
Thermal imaging or thermal video cameras can be used for various facets of building audits and diagnostics. Indoor environments of a building be seriously compromised because of poor insulation, improper sealing of doors and windows, bad quality duct work, plumbing leaks, and other plumbing related issues because of inefficient HVAC systems. The applications of this technology in energy audits, HVAC & plumbing issues, moisture & restoration, has made it an indispensable tool in the business of building & construction. Infrared video cameras are also used to detect problems that lead to mold growth and indoor air quality.