Inspection Cameras

What you need to know about Inspection Cameras

Inspection Cameras, also known as borescopes, consist of a small camera attached by a long cable to a handle & screen. The camera can be fed into difficult to reach locations, & an assessment can then be made from the picture relayed of what work or repairs need to be undertaken. In many cases the use of an inspection camera saves a great deal of money in the long-term, by eliminating the need for damaging & invasive attempts at diagnosis. Plumbers and electricians in particular will find inspection cameras useful, but they will come in handy for anyone interested in home repair. Uses include:
• Checking wiring in electrical conduits • Car & engine maintenance • Looking behind difficult to move furniture • Peeking inside walls • Finding blockages in drains & plugholes

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