For Sewer System Leak Repair in Collin County & Dallas County That You Can Trust, Choose O’Bryan Plumbing Services.
Most people don’t necessarily give much thought to the plumbing and sewer systems in their home—until there’s an issue. Unfortunately, there are a number of potential issues, like sewer system leaks, that can be difficult, if not nearly impossible, to detect without some help from a professional.
Over the years, we’ve had plenty of experience detecting and repairing sewer slab leaks throughout Plano, Allen, and the surrounding areas. Your highly trained and experienced technician will work closely with you through the entire process, from initial inspection to final walkthrough of completed repairs.
Common Warning Signs of Sewer System Leaks
Anything that leaves your home through a drain is considered to be sewage. Each drain in your home is part of a system that uses gravity to move this sewage away from your home. There are a number of factors that can contribute to the development of a sewer system leak. Causes can range from sub-par installation to natural shifting of foundation to fluctuating weather patterns, as well as root intrusion and even age.
Unfortunately, slab and sewer system leaks can go undetected for extended periods of time. This can cause a number of serious and potentially dangerous problems including respiratory issues caused by mold and mildew growth. The overall integrity of structure can also be compromised by a water damaged foundation.
Some of the most common warning signs that may indicate a sewer system leak concern your foundation. If you see any signs of cracking, settlement, or sinkholes, you may need the help of a professional for further testing. Additional warning signs of sewer system leaks include:
- Extra-lush vegetation and greenery – If your sewer system has developed a leak laterally, water and sewage may be seeping into your backyard. As the surrounding soil absorbs these nutrients, vegetation and landscaping could display distinctively different development rates and more vibrant coloring.
- Foul odor – In some cases, the sewer system vent piping and/or connections can be damaged or deteriorate. This can increase the outside atmospheric pressure and push the odor of sewage back into your home.
- Frequent back-ups – Because this system uses gravity to move sewage away from your home, an obstruction or blockage within the piping will naturally result in frequent back-ups. This can be caused by crushed or compromised piping, root intrusion, or build-up of grease or debris.
- Mold issues – Dark, moist areas create the perfect breeding grounds for mold and mildew. If you are frequently dealing with mold and mildew issues, sewer leak detection services may be right for you.
Sewer System Leak Detection & Sewer System Leak Repair in Plano & Allen, TX
For more than 35 years, O’Bryan Plumbing Services has been helping residents and business owners throughout Plano, Allen, and the surrounding areas detect, diagnose, and repair sewer system leaks.
We take our hard-earned reputation in the area seriously, and we’re committed to continuing to earn 100% customer satisfaction with each and every customer for years to come. Our job isn’t done until you’re completely satisfied!
If you think your home or office may have a sewer slab leak, take action today!
Schedule your sewer system leak services online or call 972-727-6364 to speak with a friendly professional.