Is your property at risk because of a sewer line leak? We’ll pinpoint the location of the leak and root out the cause so you can get the situation corrected at your home or office in Baton Rouge, Covington, Hammond, New Orleans, Denham Springs, and throughout our service area in Southeast Louisiana.
At Louisiana Leak Detection, our IICRC-certified technicians use infrared cameras, SONAR imaging, and other advanced technologies to quickly and efficiently detect sewer line leaks, slab foundation leaks, plumbing leaks, and more for residential & commercial customers. To learn more, call Louisiana Leak Detection at 225-320-5566 or click here when you are ready to schedule some sewer line leak detection services.
Raw sewage typically consists of everything that leaves a building by any water drain – including toilet water. This means everything from human excrement, soaps, detergents, cleaning products, to food waste is considered sewage.
Sewage leaks are a serious problem. When these materials mix and react with the microorganisms that inhabit sewage, it can be hazardous.
Besides the odors and potential structural damages of a sewage overflow, it can pose serious health risks if not addressed immediately. Some of the risks include:
Sewer leaks can occur for a number of reasons. Some warning signs that could potentially help you prevent leaks before they happen include: