Check the camcorder – when the time to call the professionals! If you notice that your drains seem to be constantly clogged or that there are unusual odors coming from your pipes, it is time for the professionals to take a closer look at your plumbing system. It can be difficult to spot problems inside drains because you don’t see them regularly. This is where video checking can help. There are some signs that it is time to call a professional to do a video inspection of your pipelines. Sewer Smell If you notice a strong smell of sewage around your home, there is a good chance that a sewage line cracks. The smell comes from a substance that seeps from the lines. Cleaning up this problem can be very costly and can be dangerous to your health. Contact the professionals immediately if you notice the smell of sewage in or around your home. Water bills often escalate, the first sign of a bug in your plumbing system is that your water bills are starting to rise. If you don’t have a bunch of extra guests in your home, there’s no reason to have a high water use. This is a sign that there may be a leak in one of your lines. To put an end to these water bills (and to prevent a flood in your home), you need to contact the professionals for a video inspection so they can find the leak. Random patches of green in the yard If a portion of your yard appears to be completely green, this patch of space could receive more water. This may come from a leak in one of your lines. This usually happens when roots infiltrate your plumbing system. Time to check out the video. Call the experts for a video checkup today! If you notice any of these issues, contact us for a video inspection. Call the friendly technicians at A to Z Statewide Plumbing today at 954-981-2133! Now the trending topic of Aaron Atkins is providing exceptional customer service is first and foremost, but when he’s not focused on providing your home or business with the highest level of customer support, Aaron prefers to tie up the pound runner and pier for hours on end. Originally from the Snow Belt in Pennsylvania, Aaron currently resides in sunny South Florida with his wife and three children.