Ready to buy a new sewer inspection camera?
Here are some questions you may want to think about before buying a sewer inspection camera:
- Push cable line length, size of camera and type of monitor
- Buying direct or do you need to locate a dealer?
- Available warranty
- Procedure when sewer camera needs repair
Like all other important tools and equipment, a sewer camera needs to be put to work out in the field in order to pay for itself. If the sewer camera is properly handled and put to work, it can pay for itself many times over fairly quickly. If the upfront cost is an issue, leasing or financing may be an available option when buying a sewer camera Inevitably tools, equipment and sewer camera components will break down, so you need to have a plan of action to avoid down time. Time is money and your camera not being available because of a repair issue is something to think about before you buy. Many plumbing contractors will buy a few sewer cameras just to make sure they have a backup, just in case.
Fortunately, If you are looking for a sewer camera for sale, there are many sewer camera manufacturers and dealers out there. Some of the sewer camera companies sell directly to the plumbing contractors and you can visit their websites to shop the right model.
Sewer Camera Manufacturers
Here is a list of some of the sewer camera websites and companies: