Sewer Video Inspections

Our trained technicians video inspect both residential and commercial sewer and drain lines with diameters of two to twelve inches. Sophisticated cameras capture crisp, color images of the pipe's interior, providing a clear visual of problem spots, breaks, and laterals. The footage counter pinpoints the images' exact locations and a locating sound provides the precise physical location of the pipe and problem.

We don’t just flag the problem, though. We map out the path and depth of the system, in case a partial or full replacement of the pipe is necessary. On-screen texting, as well as voice-over capabilities, provide you with another layer of details specific to the inspection. And when the job is done, we save the inspection to a thumb drive.

Hydro-Jetting

Grease lines

When the grease line in a commercial kitchen drains slowly, you know you’re in for some headaches. Clogged grease can cause foul kitchen odors, and excessive build-up can lead to messy back-ups. A simple sewer snake will only puncture the grease, without removing it. 

The hydro-jetter sprays high-pressure water at more than 3000 psi onto the interior walls of the pipe, flushing out built-up grease and debris. Once the jetting is complete, our skilled technicians perform a video inspection to ensure that the pipe is clear and flowing.


Sewer pipes

Debris flush. Old cast-iron sewer pipes often build up a heavy layer of rust and debris on their interior walls, triggering soft-blockages more and more frequently. Snaking the line simply knocks some of the loose debris free, causing it to settle on the base of the pipe. A professional hydro-jetting flushes debris completely out of the system.

Clean, flowing sewer pipes. We hydro-jet from the beginning of the pipe--floor drains, clean-outs, and roof vents--thus pushing debris out to the main trunk pipe and into the city main, leaving you with a clean, flowing sewer pipe. Our trained technicians always finish with a sewer video inspection to determine if the line is indeed clear and to identify any problem spots.

Utility Locations and GPR

Utilities run under every home and property. Excavating at an unmarked utility can result in injury and property damage. Bullseye follows strict safety protocol, which requires utility identification as part of the project’s scope of work. USA 811, necessary on every excavation project, identifies public utilities. We provide an additional service: confirming USA’s public utility locations with a second set of eyes and identifying all on-site private utilities.

When inspecting sewer and storm drains, our technician identifies pipe size, depth, and location, critical information when determining the appropriate grading for new connecting pipes. Electrical lines for lighting and secondary structures, such as garages and guest houses, can wreak havoc on a project. No amount of guesswork can provide the level of reassurance that a professional utility location provides.

In years past, underground non-metallic pipes, concrete storm and sewer systems, lines without tracer wires, storage tanks, and septic systems were unlocatable. GPR resolves this, providing you with an accurate understanding of your property’s sub-surface infrastructure.

By rolling the GPR equipment in a grid pattern over the property, with radar shooting as deep as 20 feet into the ground, our professionally trained technician can see abandoned septic tanks as well as known and unknown utilities. 

We can perform utility location and GPR together or individually, depending on your needs and the scope of the project. 

Call 916.760.8944 info@bullseyeleak.com