A sewer scope, also known as a drain inspection, is a specialized inspection that involves inserting a camera into the home's sewer line to inspect the condition of the pipes. A sewer s
cope is typically conducted as part of a home inspection and can be a valuable tool for identifying issues with the home's sewer system.
There are several reasons why a buyer may want to include a sewer scope with their home inspection:
Identify any issues with the sewer system: A sewer scope can identify any problems with the sewer line, such as blockages, leaks, or damage to the pipes. These issues can be costly and affect the home's plumbing system.
Determine the age and condition of the pipes: A sewer scope can help determine the age and condition of the pipes, which can be important information for a buyer to have when evaluating the home.
Avoid unexpected repairs: A sewer scope can help a buyer avoid unexpected repairs after moving into the home. By identifying any issues with the sewer system before closing on the home, a buyer can negotiate with the seller to have the repairs made before the sale is finalized.
Overall, a sewer scope can be a valuable tool for buyers to identify any issues with the home's sewer system and help them make informed decisions about the home.
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