Leading Sewer Repair Plumber in Houston, Mammoth Plumbing, Offers Advanced Technology Video Camera Inspection Service

When a drain is blocked, immediate diagnosis with a sewer inspection is imperative. Mammoth Plumbing, serving Houston and the surrounding suburbs, uses the latest in video camera drain line inspection equipment.

HOUSTON, Feb. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- When a drain is blocked, immediate diagnosis with a sewer inspection is imperative. The most frustrating aspects of a blocked drain are the unknowns. Where is the blockage? What is it? How can it be removed? www.mammothplumbing.com

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The experts at Mammoth Plumbing will answer all these questions. To find and identify a blockage, Mammoth professionals set up a video camera attached to the end of a long flexible cable. The cable is threaded through the drain system from inside the home. Both the home-owner and the plumber can watch on a video screen as the camera is pushed along the length of the drain. Once the obstruction is found, it's easy to determine the size, type and location of the blockage. The plumber will then determine the best way to remove the obstruction. Houston Sewer Repair

Blockages in a drain or sewer line can be the result of grease build-up, kitchen or bathroom debris, tree roots or even a trapped animal. Mammoth will be able to show the home-owner exactly the nature of the blockage on a video screen, where it is and explain what has to be done to clear the obstruction. In addition, the condition of the drains can be determined while the search is on for the blockage. Mammoth can also use the video camera system to find and recover valuables that have accidentally gone down the drain. Even if drains are running free and clear, this type of preventive maintenance is strongly recommended to check on the condition of the lines and to see if there are any signs of possible future problems. There's no guess work involved when Mammoth does a inspection with advanced video camera technology.

Mammoth performs these video inspections in a clean non-intrusive manner. A home-owner should not put off an inspection of home drain lines because of worries about the fuss and mess. A video camera sewer inspection removes all the unknowns and lets the home-owner decide what to do next. An annual inspection of home sewer and drain lines takes away any worries about what may happen in the future.

About Mammoth Plumbing:

Mammoth Plumbing has more than 25 years of experience in the plumbing business. The staff and technicians of Mammoth are all fully trained, bonded, licensed, certified, insured, drug-screened and cleared via full background checks and determinations of immigration status. Mammoth focuses on customer service and satisfaction and works to the highest standards of the plumbing industry. Warranties are given on all work. Emergency services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Estimates are free on all plumbing work and work will not proceed until the homeowner gives the OK. Contact Mammoth now to schedule a video camera sewer and drain inspection. Call today (281) 398-1700 or contact them via their website, www.mammothplumbing.com, to find out why Mammoth Plumbing is the best Houston Plumber in customer satisfaction.

Media Contact: Jon Nevarez, Mammoth Plumbing, LLC, 281-398-1700, jon@mammothplumbing.com

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