Titan offers Sewer Scope Inspections as a stand-alone service or part of a Full Home Inspection.
Sewer Scope Inspections:
Starting at $250 (Stand Alone )
*We take $50 Bucks off when we do them at the same time as a Home Inspection.
Schedule a Sewer Scope Inspection or Combo Home Inspection with a DISCOUNT
Areas We Serve
We go all over Western Washington! If you’re located anywhere from Central, Southwest, Northeast, Southeast, and even farther Southeast of Washington, you’ll be able to find us! If we need to drive a little to get to you, there may be a small trip fee, but we’ll come to you. Give us a call and we’ll get you on the schedule. Mostly the same day or next day.
Seattle Metro Area:
Other Areas Served:
Give us a call if you’re wondering if we cover your area and we can work something out to get you on the schedule.
Why Choose Titan?
Our experienced inspectors have done over 3000 sewer scopes to date, and with over 2,000 5 Star Google reviews, you won’t have to worry about a thing when it comes to understanding the current condition of your sewer line.
Brian Dodds – owner of Titan Inspection Services – often says, “Every house has a story, and when you can identify the clues to that story through experience, you can help the homeowners and buyers make better decisions with their investments.” Sewer scopes are a big part of that story. You can have everything from a new line that was installed incorrectly or damaged when backfilled to some old and some new sections of pipe but wasn’t permitted or installed right to roots in the line that are blocking the line or almost ready to block the line and it’s gonna require some service or replacement. In any case, it’s never a bad idea to scope a sewer line to KNOW WHAT YOU’RE BUYING or give you the confidence when selling your home that the sale of your home won’t be held up with someone wanting to do a sewer scope on their own and find an issue with your sewer line that could scare people away.
With a sewer scope, you can SEE and HEAR us talk to you about the current condition of your sewer and give you the ability to adjust your offer accordingly. Everyone wants a functional sewer, and no one one wants to find out later that they have an issue and they need to pay for an emergency FIX (New or Old sewer line).
The key with sewer scopes is that it a Good Verification of what you have. We often hear people say that “its a small amount of money to help us sleep at night knowing that our sewer line is fine.” I agree. We often say that we don’t upsell because we don’t want people to upsell us, and that is how we run our business. We feel that a sewer scope is ALWAYS a good idea so that you know what you have, but we don’t try to sell you on it. We just want to inform you of what you have and how everything works.
Commonly Asked Questions
We recommend getting a sewer scope whenever you’re buying or selling a home, or you just want to know the condition of the sewer line. It’s always a good idea to verify the condition of your sewer line even on a “new house”. You never know if the line is really functioning until you get a camera down the line to truly see what you have. We can tell you whether it was installed correctly, is connected at the joints correctly, there are roots or low spots in the line and or even damaged and they covered it up. Tree’s or even removed trees on older properties are another good reason to check the sewer line with a camera to make sure everything is working as it should.
Read Now: Is A Sewer Inspection REALLY Necessary?
You can add a sewer scope inspection to your full-home inspection, or you can get a stand-alone sewer scope inspection. It all depends on what you need!
Do You Know the Signs?
Signs of Sewer Line Problems
Sewer line problems can make themselves apparent in a few ways. Do you recognize any of the signs? If you notice these issues, consider a sewer scope inspection:
- Sewer Odor?
- Do you have large trees in your yard?
- Did you at some point in time have trees in your yard?
- Is your house over 40 years old?
- Were repairs made to your sewer line?
- Slow drains?
- Bright green patches in your lawn?
- Insect infestations?
- Indentations in your yard?
If sewer problems get left unattended, you could also be susceptible to possible structural problems in extreme situations, such as:
- In-home flooding
- Flooding in yard
- Foundation problems
- Mold Growth
Structural problems happen when sewer lines are damaged and left untreated. Contacting an inspector and identifying these issues before they become a larger problem for you is the best way to save both time and money.
Check out a video from actual Sewer Scope Inspection
Get a preview of what your sewer scope inspection will look like. Along with your report, you’ll get a video of your inspection for your review.