Video Pipe Inspection
Rapid Response - Nationwide Service
Video Pipe Inspection (CCTV) is a sewer inspection service using industry-leading video cameras to prevent problems by inspecting underground water, sewer lines and lateral pipelines. Our NASSCO certified technicians can locate clogs, investigate cross bores, find structural faults and damages, and conduct lateral sewer line inspections.
Lateral Inspection & Mapping
A lateral launch sewer inspection allows for a closed-circuit television (CCTV) video inspection of pipes, including mainline and lateral pipelines, and is ideal involving situations that do not allow for a typical visual inspection. During the process, a pipe is inspected from the mainline to the lateral searching for cross bores, pipe defects and structural issues.
Cross Bore Prevention & Mitigation
Cross bores are dangerous and unintended intersections of utility lines. Cross bores can cause backups in the sewer lateral, damage the structural integrity of a pipe, or even cause severe explosions. VPI services can prevent gas line cross bores and is critical to minimize the risk of property damage, injury and even death.
Sewer & Water Inspections
GPRS Video Pipe Inspection services can help discover a collapsed sewer lateral, duct, or an unknown blockage in a pipe. This service is a non-destructive option that limits project delays and budget overruns by locating the exact impediment in your water or sewer line including bellies, collapses, tree roots, lateral taps, cross bores, or other damages.
Water & Sewer Mapping
Our utility locating services are enhanced by our ability to discover, inspect, and map water and sewer systems by using robotic video pipe cameras, push cameras, and lateral launch cameras. Our VPI services ensure you can receive a comprehensive map of your sewer system including hard to discover elements like lateral lines.
Manholes are more complex structures than typical pipes. GPRS Video Pipe Inspection Project Managers will gather detailed information to fully document all defects, determine condition of the manhole, and provide the specific information needed to recommend corrective action.