A sewage leak in your home can be a major interruption. Not only is it an inconvenience, but it can also cause structural damage and related issues if it is allowed to continue. Find out how you can recognize a leak and get it resolved before it becomes a much bigger problem.
One of the first signs of a leak is a sewage odor anywhere in your home. While it may be more noticeable in the bathroom where you might also see mold, a leak can happen anywhere in the house and even outside.
Pests are attracted to raw sewage and use it for food and building habitats. If you are noticing pests such as cockroaches or rodents in your home, this could be an indicator that there is a sewage issue. Always keep an eye out for any animals in your home or yard that shouldn’t be there.
Sewage lines almost always run underneath your yard, whether you have a septic tank or not. If you have a sewage leak, you may notice indentations on your lawn or other water damaged areas of your property. You may also notice some patches that are greener than other areas, since the sewage acts as a fertilizer.
Noticing a Sewage Leak in Del Mar?
Have you seen any of these signs of a leak in your sewage system? San Diego Water Mitigation can fix your sewage issues as well as any other water damage or mold problems you might encounter. If your home has suffered fire and smoke damage, we can also help restore it to its original quality. Contact us today to schedule a consultation about your sewage leak concerns.
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