Tucson Sewer Smoke Testing Services
Drains smelling a little weird lately? Call your Tucson sewer smoke testing experts at (520) 617-1000. We are your experienced plumbers serving the Tucson area since 1987.
Smells coming from your drain or sewer are often caused by leaks in your pipes, which leads to water and foul odors collecting around the pipe. To solve this problem, we use state of the art smoke testing. You don’t have to worry: this service is nontoxic and non-staining. It allows us to accurately locate the leak with little need for excavation to reach your pipes.
Spartan Plumbing, Inc. is your Tucson sewer smoke testing team with the tools and experience to successfully pinpoint exact problem areas within your pipe system. Click here to read the latest customer reviews from your neighbors.
What are the features of smoke testing?
Though the name sounds a little dangerous, smoke testing is endorsed by the Environmental Protection Agency to be completely safe. We do not actually use true smoke, but rather a non-toxic mist. If, during the procedure, smoke finds its way into your home, it does not leave any stains, so your furniture and carpet remain safe.
The smoke does not stick around for long, and it does not leave an odor. It is recommended that household members and pets avoid direct contact with the smoke, as it can irritate the lungs of those with asthma or other respiratory problems.
What are the benefits of this service?
Smoke testing provides several benefits to your home:
- Smoke testing is a more cost-effective alternative to sewer line excavation. Excavation destroys landscape, driveways, and lawns while smoke testing has no adverse effects on your property.
- It is an incredibly quick process. While set-up may take longer, the test itself only takes about 15 minutes to complete.
- It keeps our water safe. By having a smoke test performed, you are doing your part to keep unsanitary water and debris from entering the community’s drinking water.
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If you are concerned about a leak in your sewer line, call us at (520) 617-1000 for professional sewer smoke testing. We will help you get to the root of any plumbing problem you have.