Video Sewer InspectionEnsure sewer line integrity before you buy.
Video Sewer Inspections can help prevent costly purchase mistakes by letting you inspect where you can’t normally see.
Have you ever purchased a home and wondered what you might be missing? The lingering feeling that something is going to come back and bite you and you just don’t know what it is yet. Call it buyer’s remorse or just a normal part of the home purchase process, either way, wouldn’t it feel great to be totally confident instead of worried when the ‘other shoe will drop’?
With a video sewer inspection from Firehouse Home Inspections, we can help check another worry off your list by providing video evidence of the sewer line’s current condition in the home you’re looking to purchase.
From the sample video below, you can plainly see that nothing goes unnoticed during one of our inspections. If you know what you’re looking at (and we do!) you can see evidence of root intrusion, poor pipe connections, as well as a slow descent then ascent of the entire pipe (pushing water uphill when you flush is not pretty—trust us).
Once the prospective homeowner in this was able to see and understand what we saw, they were able to go back to the negotiating table with strong evidence supporting their lower priced offer. They were able to secure the house at their reduced offer, perform the work before they moved in, and then move in to a house with a much lower risk of sewer malfunction. We know they were able to rest easier knowing they were in good shape from the start.
If you’re ready to take another big step toward removing the worry from your home buying process, please book a Video Sewer Inspection with us.
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