A sewer inspection can be as essential as a home inspection.

Vannier identifies sewer clogs for clients in Surprise, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Waddell, Buckeye, and more.

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Prevent a sewage backup in your home.

As a homeowner, one of the worst things you can experience is a sewer backup. Backups happen when an obstruction or pipe damage prevents wastewater from draining away from your home. A sewer inspection can uncover problems in your sewer line before a backup occurs.

Typically, backups happen in the main sewer line, connecting your home to the city’s sanitary sewer. However, it could happen elsewhere.

When the Vannier Home Inspections certified inspectors perform a sewer inspection, we use a scope to check your sewer line from the house to the street for obstructions and other problems. After we finish, we will send you a thorough report and video documentation from the sewer scope.

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Vannier is among the top home inspection companies in Arizona's West Valley and East Valley, most notably in Surprise, Buckeye, Scottsdale, Mesa, and Waddell.

Our team is licensed and insured, and you can rest assured that we will always be honest with you.

Video imaging gives an inside view.

Our qualified Vannier Home Inspections team uses a sewer scope with video documentation to examine the sewer lines and identify problems. The video makes it easy to revisit and determine precisely where the blockages occur.

Also, you can share the footage with professional plumbers who will make repairs.

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Benefits of a professional sewer inspection.

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Inspections can catch minor issues before they become an emergency. By performing an inspection, you can determine when your pipes need replacing or where a blockage may form. Knowing this information can be the difference between a small plumbing problem and an emergency.

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A sewer inspection provides accurate information. The Vannier certified inspectors use a sewer scope to document the condition of your sewer line accurately. You will see the access points and potential problems. Share this information with your repair crew for quick problem resolution.

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It can help with the decision-making process. If you are buying or selling a home, having a sewer inspection report can give you insights about the health of the sewer line, which could impact a sale. If you are remodeling, an inspection can ensure that there is adequate plumbing to support the flow of more water from a new bathroom or kitchen.

Your sewer inspection covers:

Leaks

Check the sewer line for warning signs of leaks and water breaks.

Obstructions

Examine the line for clogs from roots, waste, or other blockages.

Pipes

Inspect the condition of your pipes for corrosion or collapse.

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A trusted third-party sewer inspection.

As a homeowner, you want to know about obstructions in your sewer line before you experience a backup in your home that can cause thousands of dollars in damages to floors, walls, furniture, and more.

When you get a trusted third-party sewer inspection, you will have valuable insights from an unbiased source with your best interests at heart. If we discover problems, you can address them immediately before they become bigger issues.

With our office conveniently located in Surprise, Arizona, our certified home inspectors provide sewer inspections to customers in the region's East Valley and West Valley.

The Vannier difference starts with industry-leading, certified inspectors who perform a thorough inspection and ends with your confidence and peace of mind.

Contact us today to schedule a sewer inspection.

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