If you’re a plumber who owns their own small business, you need to make sure you can offer as many services as possible to your potential customers. Many plumbers are starting to offer modern services, including drain and sewer line inspections. These services often go hand in hand with clog removal services, like hydro jetting.
If you want to get in on this aspect of the plumbing business, you need to purchase a sewer camera. Choosing the right camera is essential to ensuring you can provide consistent, high-quality sewer line inspection services.
You don’t want to end up with a camera that won’t last or can’t accurately show what’s going on deep in a customer’s sewer lines.
One of the best ways to ensure you get a great camera is to talk to companies that supply sewer camera parts. These companies are one of the best resources for plumbers looking to purchase high-quality equipment because they know which cameras fail most often and which cameras fail infrequently or can be repaired with inexpensive sewer camera parts. They can recommend great camera options based on your specific plans and what they know about the sewer camera industry.