Pipe location
and inspections

Are you
experiencing
one of these
problems?

  • You want to know where a pipe runs under the slab.
  • You are buying an older house and want to see the condition of the sewer.
  • You want to know where a pipe goes down into a wall.

The value we bring
to the table

We find and trace your pipes. It can be a hassle trying to locate and trace your pipes. Not with Drain-Clair. We offer this service for no additional fees.

Camera inspections are always included. We use sophisticated cameras to precisely identify the root cause of the problem. We also provide a digital copy of the video and archive the inspection at our offices. There is no extra cost for this.

We’re not tinkerers. We have all the tools required to repair any sewer, including high-torque/high-speed cable cutters and high-pressure cleaning equipment.

Interested in learning more? Got a pipe you need to locate and don’t want an archaeological dig?

Talk to our experts

DRAIN-CLAIR’S
NO-DIG SOLUTIONS

Take advantage of Drain-Clair’s one-of-a-kind FORMADRAIN® technology, a fibreglass and epoxy no-dig sewer repair system. It’s a fast, eco-friendly, cost-effective and durable solution. Best of all, there’s no digging!

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Tips to avoid
pipe problems

FAQ: Why should I inspect my sewer pipes?

Failure to inspect your sewer can lead to blockages and backups. Root intrusion breaks due to aging and bellies in the pipe; it can cause tremendous damage to your property. Don’t wait for the damage to happen: prevent it with a CCTV inspection. If all is good, you’ll gain peace of mind. If there is a problem, Drain-Clair can recommend a cost-effective solution.

FAQ: What pipes can be inspected?

Our cameras can inspect pipes as small as 2 inches in diameter and any material available in construction—as long as we have proper access points (cleanouts) to the pipes.

FAQ: How do I know where my pipes are buried?

Drain-Clair can locate the lines by running a radio-frequency emitter, equipped camera and a locator to trace your pipes up to 8 feet (2.5 m) deep.

FAQ: Can I find a vertical pipe that is behind a wall?

In the same way we locate underground, the radio emitter can be located through wall enclosures and traced.

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