Sewage Cleanup

sewage-cleanup-1Sewage overflows and back-ups can happen anytime and can be very disruptive and damaging to your home or work environment.  Sewage is considered to be a bio-hazard, proper protection and sewage cleanup techniques are required to return your home or building to a usable and safe place.

Many people attempt sewage cleanup themselves, but we strongly discourage doing this sort of cleaning due to the risk of exposure, not only to germs and bacteria, but to blood-borne pathogens, sharps and other hazardous materials/chemicals.

People often discover that their sewage cleanup efforts were incomplete, and that moisture has seeped into the walls, under baseboards, or into  cabinets and is now becoming a mold problem.  The method for restoring a loss that has occurred due to a sewage backflow is much different than a fresh water situation.  Black Water (sewage, or old gray and fresh water) restoration projects require special handling. Dry-Tech Water Damage Restoration Services follows the IICRC S 500 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration.

What could cause damage and require sewage cleanup are:

  • Toilet Backflow (beyond trap)
  • Septic Tank Backflows
  • Sump Pump Failures
  • Floor Drain Backups
  • Flooding of Sea Water
  • Ground Surface Water
  • Sewage Pipe Break
  • Sink or Bathtub Overflow
  • Rising Water from Rivers/Streams

If allowed to go unchecked, a small problem can become a big and  expensive one later. Dry-Tech Water Damage Restoration Services’ personnel are specially trained and have the proper equipment to not only clean the area, but to dry it completely to prevent ongoing damage. Dry-Tech Water Damage Restoration Services has the cleaning facilities to restore contaminated items to a like-new condition.  Sewage ceanup should begin as soon as possible to reduce risk and exposure.

Dry-Tech Water Damage Restoration Services provides these sewage damage services:

  • Sewage Cleanup
  • Complete Structural Drying
  • Decontamination
  • Bio-Hazardous Cleaning & Disposal
  • Deodorization
  • Debris Removal
  • Contents Pack Out & Storage
  • Direct Insurance Company Billing
  • Standards Utilized to Insure a Healthy Environment