Inspection of home’s main drain line from standard clean-out opening out to city connection at street
Heartland performs state of the art sewer scope inspections throughout Minneapolis & St Paul MN areas, no clean out or repairs. We deliver unbiased and independent information and are able to perform about 95% of the scope of our customer’s orders.
It is important to get a sewer scope inspection because sewer issues can cause both health problems, and structural damage, like ground shifting.
Cameras are inserted down sewer pipes to gain access. There are times we can’t perform the scope because access can’t be gained without using excessive force or we discover the access point is hidden from view. If we can’t complete the scope, you won’t be charged. Not even a trip fee like other companies! This allows you to put your money towards a sewer line specialist or licensed plumber who has the skills required to perform the scope using alternative methods to accessing the main line.
$220 with or without an inspection.
HOW TO SCHEDULE
With an inspection: Easily add a sewer scope to your home inspection when you schedule online. (If our technician is already booked at your inspection time, he’ll perform your scope the same day at a different time. We know how home important timing is in real estate.)
Without an inspection: Call us at (612) 961-3306 to get on the calendar, usually within 1 or 2 days. Our office is open 7 days a week.
Schedule a sewer scope inspection today for your piece of mind!
- Inspection of other drain systems inside or under home.
- Remove toilet or climb up on roof to access drain; or use of excessive force to remove line cap. In rare instances where we can’t do the scope, we’ll refer you to a qualified, dependable sewer pro who’s able to do it with expert care and quick turnaround.
- Remove flooring such as carpeting or move furniture or an appliance such as a water heater to access drain.
- Adding clean outs to the drain.
- Forcing or cutting off old clean outs.
- Researching the issuance of permits.
- Determining the adequacy of the drain.
- Repairs or quotations for repairs.
- Any drain lines over 150′ long.