Well you see, the main purpose of a Sewer Scope inspection is to determine the condition of the property's sewer line and to see if the system is functioning properly as part of your house inspectors duties, should a home owner decide to get the recommended sewer inspection. And if the sewer line passes inspection, the seller is released from future liability, leaving the new home owner with nothing but a sewer system that is in:
So in a nutshell, getting your sewer line inspected is important because:
Sewer Line Inspection Will Save You Money!
Sewer inspections reveal minor issues before they become major issues. A plumber can repair any minor defects found in the sewer system as part of the inspection process. A sewage inspection is also an excellent time for a plumber to do preventative sewer maintenance. Inspections ensure that sewer pipes remain in good working order for decades. Sewer inspections save money in the long run by avoiding the need for major repairs or sewer line replacement.
You go to the doctor when you're sick. When your car reaches a particular mileage, you take it in for service. A sewer line, like your body and your car, requires regular inspections to ensure that everything is in working order.
Sewage inspections are a preventative action that will save you money and the aggravation of having to repair a severely damaged sewer system.
For more information about how Peak Home Inspections can help you find the best house on the market, check out our pages on Sewer Scoping Inspection.