It may not seem as destructive as a fire or storm, but sewage backup presents serious health hazards. If not managed properly, sewage repair costs can escalate and result in increased property damage. Sewer backups should be considered an emergency since the water may contain viruses, bacteria, and other microbes that can cause serious illnesses. The cleanup must be done quickly and efficiently.
If the sewage cleanup is small, you might consider cleaning it yourself.
If the contamination exceeds one room, our restoration team can save you time, effort and money.
The sewage cleanup & restoration process can be complicated.
Timing is crucial.
The first 24-48 hours are the most crucial when dealing with water damage.
The Process Simplified:
With the use of high-tech infrared cameras and moisture meters, we determine the extent of the water damage.
The most important step in the sewage restoration process. Putting a stop to its spread prevents further damage.
Any porous material that has come into contact with the sewage is removed and replaced.
Disinfect & Sanitize
We thoroughly clean and decontaminate the structure and contents.
Water extraction, drying systems, and dehumidification units are put into place.