Advanced CCTV Inspection for Pipes and Sewers

CCTV (closed-circuit television) Pipe & Sewer Inspection is a non-destructive method to assess underground pipe and sewer conditions.

CCTV (closed-circuit television) Pipe and Sewer Inspection

Real-Time Monitoring: As the camera maneuvers through pipes or sewers, it captures high-resolution video footage transmitted to a monitor above ground. This real-time monitoring allows technicians to promptly identify and assess various issues, including cracks, corrosion, blockages, or other defects.

Versatile Use: CCTV pipe and sewer inspections find widespread application in commercial, industrial, and residential settings. Suitable for a variety of pipes such as storm drains, sanitary sewers, and water mains, these inspections cater to diverse infrastructure needs.


Non-Invasiveness: A key advantage of CCTV pipe and sewer inspections lies in their non-invasive nature. This eliminates the necessity for digging or excavation, streamlining the inspection process, reducing costs, and minimizing disruption to the surrounding environment.

Overall Benefits:

Early Issue Identification: CCTV pipe and sewer inspections serve as a proactive tool for early identification and resolution of plumbing issues. By detecting defects in their initial stages, property owners can effectively save time and money on repairs, safeguarding their property from potential damage.

The CCTV pipe and sewer inspection methodology stands as a valuable and efficient approach to assess underground infrastructure. Its non-destructive nature, real-time monitoring capabilities, versatile applications, and the advantage of early defect identification collectively contribute to a streamlined and cost-effective inspection process.


The Crescent Construction Process

Step 1

Initial Consultation

The surveyor meets with property owners or managers to discuss the survey’s scope, specific concerns, intended use of the report, and project details.

Step 2


A detailed examination covers the property inside and out, assessing the structure, roof, walls, windows, doors, plumbing, electrical systems, and more.

Step 3


Findings are meticulously documented in a report, complete with photographs, diagrams, and detailed descriptions of any issues or concerns.

Step 4


The surveyor analyzes the gathered information, providing recommendations for repairs, renovations, or upgrades, along with identifying compliance issues.

Step 5

Final Report

The surveyor compiles findings into a comprehensive report, summarizing critical issues, a prioritized repair list, and estimated costs for each renovation or repair.

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