Sewage odor is not only unpleasant, but it is also an indicator of a bigger problem. That is why once you notice this foul smell in your home, contact LeadingEdge Plumbing & Rooter immediately for sewer repair services in Pasadena, CA. Prolonged exposure to sewage gas can pose health risks, so it’s important to address this problem soon as possible. We list some of the potential sources of sewage odor in your home below.
1. Cracked Pipes
The sewer pipes drain out wastewater from your home. However, these pipes tend to degrade and sustain cracks over time, which ends up releasing sewer gas into your home. Invasive tree roots can also wreak havoc on your sewer pipes.
Once this happens, get in touch with us right away. We will perform an in-depth inspection to determine the extent of damage to your pipes. This will help us identify if we need to repair or replace sewer line to avoid compromising your home.
2. Clogged Drains
Drains transport toxic waste through the septic system. When they get clogged, however, they can cause a backup over time. If this backup is left unaddressed, it can decompose further and release sewer gas into your home. At this point, you might need more than just a sewer pipe line repair.
At first sight of clogged drains, be sure to contact LeadingEdge Plumbing & Rooter. We will assess the condition of your drains and pipes. Depending on the extent of the problem, we might also recommend drain cleaning to minimize the risks of sewage backups and foul odor entering your home. In turn, you also avoid untimely sewer line replacement.
3. Loose Toilets
A loose toilet leaves gaps in the pipes, which releases sewer gas into your home. To protect yourself from this problem, always ensure your toilet is properly fitted to the sewer lines.
As soon as you smell sewage in your home, contact LeadingEdge Plumbing & Rooter for prompt sewer line repair. We will offer the best solution and ensure that it won’t recur anytime soon. Contact us to book an appointment.
As a new customer, we’ll give you a $50 discount on your plumbing repair.