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The sewer line is an incredibly important part of a home which is often taken for granted and goes unnoticed until there is a problem. Many sewer lines can operate without problems for years, or even decades, with little to no maintenance. A common condition that can cause problems with sewer lines is root intrusion from trees, where the roots break through the sewer line and can limit or stop water flow. Just because a house was recently built does not make it immune from sewer line issues. Often times new houses can have sewer line issues which are a result of poor installation, or settlement of the soil. Typically the only way to know whether a house has sewer line issues is to have an inspection performed on the sewer line, which involves putting a camera through the sewer line from the house all the way to the tap where it connects to the city's sewer system. 

Many people do not perform a sewer inspection thinking that it is a waste of money, but this couldn't be further from the truth! For less than $150, you can find out the condition of your sewer line and could save tens of thousands of dollars in costs if there is a problem with the sewer line. Since sewer lines are buried deep under ground and can run under large portions of the house, a full sewer line replacement can cost in the ballpark of $30,000, and sometimes more.

Since sewer inspections can be difficult, Timberline Ridge Home Inspections partners with Mainline Services to offer sewer inspection services. Mainline Services has multiple inspectors offering sewer inspections on the Front Range. Their inspectors are well trained, friendly, and offer quality service with full guarantees! Many home inspection companies offer sewer scopes, but it can be easy to miss cracks in the piping, and many do not perform water flow testing. Since Mainline Services is trustworthy and performs high-quality work at affordable pricing, they are the only sewer inspection company trusted and recommended by Timberline Ridge Home Inspections.

Schedule a sewer inspection with your home inspection today!

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