If you smell gas inside your home always take immediate action by calling 911 or your local fire department. Natural gas and propane are dangerous flammable gasses. You need to have the gas turned off immediately. As you leave your home or business do not use any electrical equipment or mobile devices. Do NOT flip any light switches, use a computer or a cell phone, evacuate immediately and leave the door open behind you to let the gas escape. Call us to help locate any gas leaks in your home.
Detection of water leaks can be a difficult task and should only be attempted by an expert technician specially trained in leak locating. Decades of experience in leak locating and experimenting with different methods has allowed to find our preferred method which we have the utmost confidence in. We use geophones, air pressure, medical grade air compressors and line locators to examine your situation from multiple angles. This allows us to locate your leak with pin point precision. After locating your leak we will present multiple repair options to find the right repair choice for you.
Sewer leak detection is one of the most difficult skills to learn in the plumbing industry. Total Plumbing specializes in locating these leaks using the latest and greatest sewer cameras combined with the the tried and true method of isolation testing using test balls and test hoses. Combining these 2 techniques allows us to paint a full picture of what is happening with your sewer system and tailor fit a custom repair approach for our clients. We take great pride in being an industry leader when it comes to leak detection and repairs. We can present multiple repair options including Jackhammering, tunneling, or re-routing your sewer lines to find the best fit for you. Call us today to schedule an appointment or if you have any questions.
Over 20 years of experience detecting sewer odors in residential and commercial applications has given our highly skilled technicians at Total Plumbing an amazing advantage at thinking outside the box to detect the source of sewer odors. Smoke testing is the main method used to find these sources. Smoke testing consists of lighting an environmentally safe smoke bomb inside of a smoke machine to force smoke through your sewer system. We then search the home to find where the smoke is exiting your sewer line, thus showing us the source of the leak.
What to Expect:
- Technician will arrive and asses your specific problem
- Smoke test, if required
- Find the source of the odor
- Present the most efficient repair option for your home