Sewer Video & Inspection - $249
Call and one of our friendly customer service reps will assist in getting your inspection scheduled! Inspections occurring before October 31st will receive a discounted fee of $249 (regularly $355). That’s a savings of over $100!
One of our talented technicians will put a camera down the line to inspect the condition of your sewer and if needed, will snake the line. If the line won’t clear, we will provide a quote for repair or replacement.
You’ll receive a copy of the video and a detailed report on the condition of your sewer line, including a quote for repairs. We may request a couple of business days to prepare a quote for sewers requiring work.
Not only is our inspection on sale, but performing a sewer inspection now can save you thousands later. Don’t wait until there’s an emergency – as repairs are usually more affordable than replacement!
Get an inspection on your schedule. If repairs are needed, you’ll be empowered to pick a time that works for you rather than missing something important when an unchecked sewer turns into an emergency.
Get Peace of Mind
Whether your sewer needs repair, replacement, or is in good shape, you can rest easy knowing the status of your sewer with experts on your side. Get peace of mind for just $249!
See what customers have to say about our techs!
Kevin Flynn then came to our home with Dion and undertook a complete survey of our entire sewer system. We were very impressed with the time and care Kevin took to make certain that all aspects of the proposed project were covered to ensure the best outcome. Kevin’s detailed analysis enabled us to save an aged, unique and VERY expensive Black Pine. Kevin also made several visits to oversee the project.
Juan was in charge of the day-to-day construction. He was always cheerful, hardworking and the quality of his work was quite outstanding. We were grateful that the jobsite was always left secure and neat at the end of each workday.
Raymark did an excellent job replacing my aging sewer line. Jose, Sergio, Juan, and Ermilo were very thorough in their work and left my yard and alley looking better than when they started. It seemed like a fairly complex job involving pipe bursting one section and pipe lining another.. but it was addressed in a very timely manner. The crew was very meticulous confirming that some old drains were no longer active and ensuring everything was flowing smoothly. Gabby in the Raymark office did a great job getting me scheduled and keeping me posted on the progress. They are a very experienced and professional group and I would highly recommend.
This awesome company came out and cleared our sewer main in no time flat. Dion was courteous, competent, professional, reliable, and did a beautiful job! It is important to me that we hire local, and the truth is, you just get better service! Also, it is important if you don’t have a lot of time in your day that you choose a company that will actually show up, and show up when they say they will, and have efficient office staff to help as well. Raymark also provide their employees with benefits, which is SO important! It made me feel glad to support their business, and they are my go-to from here on out. Beautiful service! Please give them a try!
-Susan’s Green Cleaning
If your sewer is plugged, don’t worry. We can help! If snaking the line isn’t enough, your technician will provide pricing and options for moving forward with repairs.
-Has your home ever had a scope/video? If not, it’s a good idea to get one in order to discover potential problems before they become real issues and set a baseline.
-Are you thinking about selling your home? Having proof of the condition of your sewer can ease the buyer’s mind.
-Do you live at the top of a hill where everything drains down? If so, water and water problems flow downhill, so you may not directly experience the symptoms if there is a problem.
-Do you have a yard full of trees? If so, they will be seeking water in the dry months of the year.
-How old is your property? Older homes have clay or concrete pipes which are damaged more easily than the newer heavy-duty plastic pipes.
-Did a previous scope/video show any signs of cracks, fractures, or holes? If so, we recommend inspecting the line every one to two years to see if signs are getting worse. If there were no signs of problems, an inspection every three to five years should be fine.
We’ll outline exactly what needs to be done, what it’ll cost, and what your options are. This will allow you to be proactive rather than reacting to an emergency, which would likely cost more. Don’t forget to ask about our 90-day financing!