Who Should Get a Sewer Scope Inspection?
In most cases, we recommend older homes (before 1960s) to get a sewer scope inspection even if a seller states they have replaced all the cast iron drain lines.
The reasoning is because sometimes there could be poor installs of new PVC piping or some cast iron still left underneath the home.
Our home inspectors in Boca Raton and surrounding areas can tell you the type of plumbing drain lines once we arrive at the property, but the condition can only be understood with a sewer scope.
Should You Get Sewer Scopes on New Homes?
In some cases, home buyers opt to have a sewer scope inspection on newer homes, even brand new construction.
This is because builder quality is not always perfect and inspection companies throughout the United States have found many issues with new construction plumbing drains that can cause backups, slow draining, and damage.
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