Sewage Backup Cleanup
Sewage backup cleanup is one of the most important home restoration services you will ever need, and our remediation process is the safest, most thorough and affordable option. Our team specializes in all manner of sewage backup cleanup, water extractions, and raw sewage issues. We provide services for sewage backup both big and small, and hope to bring your home or business back into working condition within the smallest amount of time possible. We are available 24/7 whenever you need us, no matter the cause of your problem.
How Do Sewage Backups Happen?
Sewage backups happen for a number of reasons including toilet overflows and pipe bursts, and our sewage backup cleanup team can handle absolutely any sewage problem you may encounter. Dangerous black water can flood your bathroom all too easily, and this water introduces harmful bacteria into your environment. A washer burst will result in a gray water leak, and although gray water doesn’t contain human waste and is therefore less dangerous it still harbors disease carrying bacteria. Even gray water removal should only be undertaken by our sewage backup cleanup professionals. We definitely don’t recommend that you try to deal with sewage yourself because we value your health and don’t want you to become sick. We bring the latest drying technology to effectively remove all sewage water from the premises before moving on to our expert restoration and water repair. Learn more about us, and don’t hesitate to call to learn more about sewage backup prevention.
How Can I Prevent a Sewage Backup?
According to our sewage backup cleanup crew you can prevent a sewage backup by being sensible about what you flush down your toilet. Many of the problems we see are simply caused by inappropriate or excessive materials being flushed. Keep an eye on your pipes and plumbing as well, and be sure to replace worn materials as needed to prevent a burst before it happens. Installing sewage back-flow valves is also a great idea. These devices stop sewage water from flowing backwards in the pipes and into your home. Give us a call if you would like to discuss how to ensure proper back flow maintenance or if it’s too late and you need a company that will honor your insurance policy.
Can You Work With My Insurance Company?
Yes, our sewage backup cleanup team can work with your insurance company to keep your out-of-pocket expenses as low as possible. We will file your claim directly to ensure that you get the coverage that you deserve, and this paired with the fact that our rates are affordable to begin with means that the services you need are always within your reach. We pride ourselves on always putting the customer first and will make sure you are comfortable with the procedures and our pricing before beginning any services to restore your home.
We have over 35 years of experience that we bring to every job, and we also offer same day service to ensure that your damage is mediated as soon as possible. We are licensed, insured, and bonded for your peace of mind and protection. For a fast, 45 minute response to your call, contact our professional sewage backup cleanup team today!
Sewer backups should be considered an emergency since the water may contain viruses, bacteria, and other microbes that cause serious illnesses. 24/7 Damage Restoration Professionals have specialized training and equipment to quickly and safely clean contaminants like sewage.
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Water damage can be classified by the three types of contaminated water. We will inspect your home or business to determine the appropriate plan of action for the type of water encountered.
The three types of contaminated water:
Category 1: "Clean Water"
Category 1 water is from a clean source like a broken water supply line or leaking faucet. If not treated quickly, this water can turn into category 2 or 3, depending on length of time, temperature, and contact with surrounding contaminants.
Water from a clean source like a broken water line
If left untreated, can degrade into category 2 or 3
Category 2: "Gray Water"
Category 2 water is contaminated and could cause discomfort or illness. Examples include washing machine overflow; toilet overflow with some urine, but no feces; or dishwasher overflow.
May contain bacteria and viruses
Can quickly degrade into category 3 if left untreated
Category 3: "Black Water"
Category 3 water is grossly contaminated and could cause severe illness or death if ingested and any contact should be avoided. Examples include flooding from rivers or streams, water from beyond the toilet trap, water from the toilet bowl with feces, or standing water that has begun to support microbial growth.
May contain untreated sewage, harsh chemicals, and microbes
Water from flooding rivers or sewer backup