Sewer Damage Remediation/Restoration:
Similarly to your drain pipes, the sewer line in your home can become clogged, causing backups which often lead to major water damage emergencies. Unlike a flood caused by an overflowing sink, for example, sewage water easily transmits hazardous pathogens. As a result, it is highly recommended you hire a professional sewage damage removal company like Parkside Restoration. Our team has the proper training to know where it is safe to enter the building, how to safely dispose of the contaminated water, and when it is safe to re-enter your property.
When you experience a sewage backup, it’s important to not try to resolve the issue on your own. Because issues with your sewer system can affect the entire neighborhood, you need a licensed professional to resolve your sewage backup issue. When a sewage backup happens, you need to move quickly. Evacuate young children, elderly, people with asthma and weak immune systems first. We have the experience and the necessary tools to address the problem correctly, step by step, to prevent mold from appearing or spreading, to assess the damage, and to start the cleanup and the sanitation.
Sewage spills, or sewage backups, can happen when your toilet overflows, if your septic tank is backed up or if there are sewer system issues. Sewage spills can consist of either black water or gray water, both of which are wastewater. Sewage water can cause irreparable damage when it breaks into a property. It can damage the structure of the property, padding, carpet, appliances, personal items, and furniture. Professional technicians provide a detailed evaluation in order to address all sewage cleanup as well as restoration concerns that you have.
Our Parkside Restoration IICRC-certified technicians have been specially-trained to extract sewage, mud and sewage water. They will remove and properly dispose of porous materials including furniture, carpeting, bedding and any other items which have absorbed the sewage water. We will also bring in dehumidifiers so they can soak up the moist air to keep your home or property dry while preventing mold growth.