Sewer Backups Sanitary sewer backups usually occur in the lowest open drain. A sewage backup is typically caused by a blockage somewhere in the line.
Sewer Gas Odor If you can smell sewer gas in or around your home or building, this is a tell-tale symptom that there is a crack somewhere in your sewer system
Slow Running Drains A slow drain may be a symptom that a blockage is forming which will eventually lead to a sewage backup. If your toilet, bathtub, or sink is draining slowly even after attempts to clear the line, you may have issues such as tree root intrusion, channeling, or cracks.
Mold In addition to sewer odor, mold growth may also be a sign of a break in your sewer lines behind your walls. A cracked sewer pipe behind a wall can cause the humidity levels to rise to a point suitable for a mold problem to begin
Extra Green Grass Spotting an extra green and lush patch of grass in your yard may be due to a sewage leak underground. Sewage acts as a fertilizer so the surrounding soil will provide extra nutrients that will result in a lush and extra green appearance. It may look beautiful, but there's an issue!
Broken Slab & Wall Cracks Buildings will often develop cracks in the concrete slab and supporting walls as they settle and the ground shifts beneath them. However, if your home is developing new cracks it may be because you have a broken sewer line that is washing away the soil supporting the foundation. This is not a scenerio that improves over time, the issues must be addressed.
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