Make Money with a Pipe Inspection Camera
A smart plumbing contractor uses a pipe inspection camera to detect clogs before they cause water damage.
We understand that your business is your baby, which is why we provide the plumbing tools you need to provide excellent customer service. Continue reading to learn how you could be saving money with a pipe inspection camera.
Fix Clogged Pipes
Tree roots constantly seek water and will take advantage of even the smallest crack to enter underground pipes. Fortunately, we can get you set up with a pipe inspection camera so you’ll be able to advise your clients when it’s time to repair sewer lines and clear tree roots.
Stand Out from the Competition
It’s so much easier to fix a clogged sewer line when you have a pipe inspection camera. A sewer camera gives you access to places you wouldn’t be able to see without digging up your client’s property. Not all plumbing contractors use inspection cameras, which can help you stand out from the competition.
Offer Maintenance Plans
So many sewer line inspections are done when something is wrong. However, there’s no reason why you can’t perform a plumbing inspection as a way to prevent damage. You’ll be able to make more money in the long run if you can convince clients they need preventive maintenance.
While you can make a lot of money on an emergency plumbing repair, you’re better off in the long run if you can build relationships with clients. You want your clients to be able to trust you so that they’re more likely to post positive online reviews or recommend your company to friends and family. Repeat customers are also more likely to call you right away if something is wrong with their plumbing.
A pipe inspection camera could be just what you need to start offering maintenance plans or enhance the ones you already have. Call today to learn how a sewer inspection camera can improve your company’s reputation in the long run.
Troubleshoot Plumbing Issues
It’s hard to know what’s wrong if you can’t see what’s causing leaks or clogged pipes. Fortunately, we can get you set up with a pipe inspection camera so you can troubleshoot plumbing problems with ease. For example, you would be able to use an inspection camera to see if a clog further down the line is causing a sink to drain slowly. Your clients will appreciate being able to resolve problems quickly, which can help you garner positive online reviews and repeat business.
Use a pipe inspection camera to detect:
- Root intrusion
- Pipe blockages
- Pipe deterioration
- Leaking pipe joints
Persuade Reluctant Clients
It’s one thing to recommend plumbing repair, it’s quite another to be able to show your client the tree roots clogging their sewer line. When you invest in a pipe inspection camera, you’ll notice that it’s easier to convince clients they need plumbing repair.
A sewer camera allows you to record footage and share it with clients so they can see what’s going on with their own eyes. Customers are more receptive to your advice when they can see the problem for themselves.