Sewer Scope Inspections

A properly functioning plumbing system is essential to maintaining a safe and happy home — a sewer scope inspection can prevent unpleasant surprises, costly repairs, structural problems, and health risks.

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For the buyer

If you’re in the market for a new home, it’s essential to schedule a comprehensive home inspection and a sewer scope evaluation before signing on the dotted line.

Sewer scope inspections go beyond the surface, revealing exactly what’s happening below ground level. You’ll be able to discover potential issues before they become costly surprises, giving you the confidence to negotiate effectively and make an informed decision.

  • Know before you buy
  • Protect your investment
  • Avoid expensive and inconvenient repairs
  • Get peace of mind

For the seller

A clean bill of health for your plumbing system adds an extra layer of appeal for potential buyers. Showcase the integrity of your property and instill confidence in prospective homeowners by providing them with a detailed and all-inclusive home inspection report.

A preemptive sewer scope inspection allows you to address any potential issues proactively, preventing last-minute negotiations and delays. It’s not just about selling a house; it’s about selling peace of mind.

  • Enhance the value of your property
  • Encourage buyer confidence
  • Address issues before listing
  • Provide potential homeowners with a comprehensive report

For the home you already own

Don’t wait for a plumbing emergency to address sewer line issues. It’s a good idea to get a sewer scope inspection every few years to identify and resolve potential problems before they escalate. 

This forward-thinking approach can save you both time and money in the long run, as well as protect your family and treasured possessions. 

  • Maintain the value of your home 
  • Discover plumbing and structural issues before it’s too late
  • Keep your family comfortable and safe
  • Save money

Without regular inspection and maintenance, the sewer lines on your property can become blocked, necessitating a cleaning procedure called hydrojetting. The total cost depends on factors like pipe accessibility, the depth of the clog, and the condition of your lines — but in Chicagoland, the average is over $500.

For sewer lines that need to be repaired or replaced, the price will vary according to your location, the size of the project, and the materials used. 

According to Forbes Magazine, you can expect to pay up to $250 per linear foot, and a full sewer line replacement can set you back by $20,000!

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