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Sewer Inspection & Cross-Bore Mitigation Services

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No-Dig
Sewer Inspection & Repair

Blood Hound uses state-of-the-art sewer inspection cameras to pinpoint issues, including tree roots in sewer line, bends, collapses, lateral taps, and cross bores, with no digging involved. Our state-of-the-art cameras are capable of inspecting conduits as small as one inch in diameter and storm and sewer drains measuring 60 feet in diameter, traversing bends for up to 1,000 feet to pinpoint blockages and collapses and conduct cross-bore mitigation.

Our no-dig option is efficient and cost-effective, and our ability to pinpoint issues with precision saves you time and money on repairs.

NASSCO CERTIFIED

Blood Hound's highly trained, experienced technicians are certified by the National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO) in pipeline assessment (PACP), lateral assessment (LAPD), and manhole assessment (MACP).

INSPECTION OF HAZARDOUS LINES

Our camera technology is UL listed as "intrinsically safe" for inspecting lines with a hazardous and/or explosive atmosphere, such as remediation piping or fuel pipelines.

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State-of-the-Art

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Range of Capabilities

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Precision

See How

Our cameras pinpoint issues:

  • Cross-Bores
  • Pipe Damage

EXPERIENCE A VIRTUAL SEWER INSPECTION

Click and hold on the hand icon below to drag the camera through the pipe on a virtual tour of the types of issues Blood Hound can pinpoint without digging to save you time and money on inspections and repairs. Experience our lateral launch capabilities, which provide comprehensive visuals of lines, blockages, and damage.


View Cross Bore

Pipe Collapse

Root Intrusions

Cross-Bore

Pipe Damage

Recently the Blood Hound crew was in our neighborhood locating underground services. He came up to us let us know we had a broken sewer pipe, and showed us the problem on video. That extra effort saved us from a potential sewer disaster!

Tom and Nancy Echterling