Have you ever wondered about how you can verify whether your plumbing has any blockage or not? Plumbers sometimes use a “video scope” to check the integrity of your pipes and pinpoint blockages or other damage to the system. Builders use them as well sometimes when building a new home. For example, we recently rebuilt a home that was burned in a fire, and when we went to connect the home’s plumbing to the city sewer, we were required to have our plumbers perform a sewer line scope to verify the integrity of the existing plumbing (since it might have been damaged in the fire). Here’s a quick video showing how that works. It’s a pretty handy way to take a look at something that you otherwise wouldn’t be able to. While it’s not a particularly “exciting” process, it is an important step in building a home and ensuring that your plumbing is in working order (which everyone can appreciate!).
Today we broke ground on a new custom home in the Black Forest near the northeast side of Colorado Springs. Like many of our previous clients, Joy is relocating from California to Colorado, and building her dream home here in the mountains.