are there plumbers around that can snake a sewer line in a abandoned home with no utlities?

a friend who is thinking of buying a foreclosure asked me. since years ago his main sewer line failed and cost 10 grand to fix.
he is looking at foreclosures and doesnt want any nasty expensive surprises..
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bob haller wrote:

Sure , got a gas powered generator ? How about an inverter hooked to your/his vehicle ? Borrow some power from a neighbor ? A lot of plumbers these days have a video camera they can run down the line , IIRC they're self-powered .
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Oren wrote:

That was assumed ...
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On Sunday, August 23, 2015 at 3:32:05 PM UTC-4, Terry Coombs wrote:

yeah permission is granted by a inspection of the premises. it would be nice if it didnt require a neighbors cooperation, theres some fear the neighbor could start a bidding war
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