Residential Sewer Odor Detection
We Tackle Messy Situations With Efficiency & Speed
With the convenience of modern plumbing, it's easy to forget about our sewer lines. That is until you have a leak – then it's all too clear. If you smell foul odors in your home, it's important you contact Canadian Leak Detection™. Our highly-trained technicians have extensive training detecting sewer odors and locating the cause of it. Additionally, we use non-invasive technology and innovative methods to find leaks without breaking through walls or floors.
Other Reasons to Choose Us:
- Our professionals are licensed and insured.
- We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
- We were ranked in Entrepreneur Franchise 500 in 2016.
- We are always on time and finish projects in the allotted time.
Each of our team members goes through one of the most extensive, rigorous training programs in the industry, giving them greater insight into residential leak detection and plumbing. Customers receive upfront, honest pricing, so they can make informed decisions about their home.
Trust the Original Leak Detection Specialists™
Does your home suddenly smell like rotten eggs? No, it’s not yesterday’s breakfast. What you can be smelling is hydrogen sulfide, which emerges from decaying matter. This can indicate a leak in your sewer lines. The odors are not only a pain to be around, but they can also pose other dangers.
Some Causes for Sewer Odors Include:
- Damaged Drain Line – If the drain line between the main sewer and the trap is malfunctioning, it can cause sewage water to leak into your home.
- A Dry Trap – Your drain line must remain lubricated to ensure proper functioning. If it dries out, the trap seal can break causing the sewer odor to come out.
- Malfunctioning Vent – Your plumbing vent system moves sewer gases outside of your home. However, if broken, the gases can seep into your house.
Sewage leaks are not only dangerous, they can cause extensive damage if not immediately dealt with. Our expertly trained leak detection specialists have the tools and training to deal with sewer leaks in your residential plumbing.