When you buy a new home, one of the important maintenance items is ensuring your underground drain lines are functioning properly. During the inspection phase, it is important to ask the inspector if the underground drain lines are needing attention. Many previous homeowners who are now putting their house on the market, have neglected their underground drain lines for many years. In many cases, this will result in a costly drain replacement. The last thing any homeowner wants to face is having to replace their underground drain lines on the newly purchased home. If you are unsure that they need replaced, a full service underground drain line inspection will need to take place in order to determine the condition of the underground drain line. A full service inspection will include the following: a snaking, camera inspection (as needed), and/or spot repair. A drain service calls functionality is to try and get the underground drain line in proper functioning order. If it is not able to be fixed at the time of service, then a drain replacement will be needed. If you would like to schedule this drain service call to find out the condition of your underground drain lines, then feel free to give us a call.