Indy Leak Detection offers you the revolutionary service of sewer pipe video inspection. No longer do you have to fear the condition of your sewer pipe and what future problems may arise. With the use of a video camera we travel through your sewer pipe to precisely determine its condition. The equipment that makes this possible is a flexible rod connected to a high resolution camera which transmits images from below to a monitor above.

A sewer pipe inspection gives our clients the peace of mind to know that their pipes are clean or, if there are problems, prepares them with knowledge and options to proactively address the situation.

In addition to camera inspection, Indy Leak Detection can locate and mark precisely where pipe damage is in a line so that a company can quickly and easily repair the pipe without major intrusions. We can help save time, money and your lawn by directing the repair technician to the exact point of the problem.

Reasons to have a sewer video inspection

  • To find out the exact place of a clog or issue in order to limit the amount of digging to fix a problem
  • Before purchasing a new home or property—understanding costly sewer issues before buying property can save you thousands of dollars
  • If your sewer line backs up twice within a two-year period—using video inspection equipment can determine whether you have a bigger problem that needs to be addressed
  • Before investing in a new rug or flooring in your basement

What kind of lines should I consider having Video Inspected?

At Indy Leak Detection, we have the equipment to properly video inspect almost any line. From sink and tub lines, up to Main Sewer Lines and Storm drain lines. We even offer complete home plumbing system video inspections. If you’re having recurring issue with a line of any type or size, we’d recommend calling Indy Leak Detection and letting us send an experienced Video Inspection expert to come diagnose and locate your problems.

Digital record of inspection

When we use video inspection on a sewer line, we record what we see and can produce a DVD or digital copy of the procedure. This allows you to see the problem for yourself.   In addition to keeping a DVD of the inspection, you will also receive a report detailing potential problems, their severity and exact location