Our Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) inspections consist of either a push camera or a remotely operated camera mounted on a self-propelled robotic crawler that is connected to a video monitor at the surface. Our technicians will use either type of camera depending on the situation and what is needed to offer an accurate diagnosis. Our robotic cameras, supported by high-grade software, paint a full, precise picture of your sewer pipe, its condition and any severe damage within.
Unlike past methods of inspections that involved exterior evaluations, often producing inaccurate diagnostics of the location or source of the problem, trenchless technology has allowed the process to become far more accurate and reliable. Our camera equipment is versatile and technologically advanced, allowing our experts to carefully inspect the inside of the pipes without needing to dig trenches or excavate through the floor on your property to expose the system. The high-quality camera footage exposes major problems within the pipes quickly, allowing our technicians to come up with a solution in a reasonable amount of time.
At PSI, all of our services include a CCTV inspection so that our specialists will be able to gauge what the best solution is. This preliminary step ensures that we save time by accurately diagnosing the problem and fixing it with the best tools and equipment in the industry.
Inspections conducted with these cameras are encouraged on an annual basis as well. With frequent check-ups on the condition of your pipes, we can stop clogs before they become large-scale problems and assess the condition of the pipeline materials themselves. This is especially important for older or soft pipeline materials, and will allow our technicians to accurately recommend when possible repairs or replacements will be needed.
This saves our customers in the long-run as well by ensuring that they won't need to budget for surprise accidents or pay to fix expensive and destructive problems on their property. We use our cameras to inspect pipeline systems in homes, apartment complexes, shopping malls, restaurants, schools, retail stores, city halls, visitor centers, office buildings, and many other facilities.