Find the Cause of Your Building’s Reoccurring Odor Problem

Have your tenants or employees complained about a reoccurring odor problem in your building, campus or food service areas? Have you searched for the source to no avail? Odors are most likely to arise from leaks in the waste or vent piping or from traps that have lost their water seal. In an incorrectly installed system there are many opportunities for odor leaks to result from defects in the system, particularly if it is not properly vented. If the odor smells like rotten eggs, the problem more than likely is sewer gas. Defects in your building’s sewer system may have allowed the odor that moves through your sewer pipes to permeate the occupied space of your building. If you smell sewer gas in your building, conditions could be dangerous (risking a methane gas explosion) or unsanitary, so a fix should be addressed immediately.

TDT Plumbing specializes in odor detection to pinpoint the origin of dangerous and unpleasant sewer gas. Through the use of special tools and a series of non-intrusive tests, our TDT Plumbing team can locate the source of the odor leak, even if it is located behind walls, under concrete floors, and above finished ceilings.

TDT Plumbing provides low pressure vapor and sewer gas odor detection throughout Greater Houston and surrounding areas such as Kingwood, The Woodlands, Sugar Land, Galveston, Baytown, College Station, Bryan, Sealy, Richmond/Rosenberg, as well as in Austin. To find out more, call us at (800) 303-1404.