Sewage smell in basement and kitchen
I would first check all of the p-traps. Floor drains, etc. Make sure they all have standing water in them. Pour water in all the drains make sure water stays in the traps. If you have an unused toilet anywhere in the house, give it a flush. If the smell increased after high pressure jetting, a trap could have been sucked dry. Make sure there aren't any cleanout caps that have been left off.
This is just a start. Sewer smells can be hard to track down. It's going to be a process of elimination.
Brad Penske, Operations Manager - Coeur d'Alene, ID
LateralCONCEPTS,LLC - Sewer & Septic Line - Video Inspection, Locating, Consulting
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