Sewage Cleanup Services
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Sewage backups cause so many problems, and it’s only natural that you want to deal with the damage as soon as possible. Even though you can prevent it, sewage line failure can be highly hazardous.
Viruses, bacteria, and other microbes present in the sewer lines can infiltrate your property and saturate your property.
With iFlooded Restoration, professional help for your sewage cleanup is just a phone call away.
The last thing any wants is to put themselves or family members at risk. Our team of professionals will help you avoid any hazardous waste that might put the inhabitants of a residential or commercial at risk.
Sewage Removal & Cleanup Services
1. Sewage removal
1. Extract water to prevent mold growth.
2. Disinfect and bio-wash all areas/items affected by the sewage water.
3. Document/assess damage in your property & identify the type of water damage.
4. Stabilize the environment by setting up drying equipment and air filtration devices.
2. File a claim
After filing the claim, all parties will meet with insurance adjuster onsite to inspect the damage.
3. Dry the property
We take necessary steps to properly dry your property in order to prevent mold growth.
Once all water damage cleanup is completed the last phase is the rebuilding of your home.
Don't settle for substandard sewage removal services
While the above steps seem easy, you need to make sure you work with a professional sewage backup cleanup New York service. It’s not a simple case of removing the sewage and drying the property; we have to make sure your building is completely bacteria-free.
Our team of professionals ensures that your building goes through an extensive cleaning process, and don’t stop until we’re confident your property is completely safe.
We’ll only finish the job when the building is thoroughly sanitized and offer support through the entire process. Understandably, you want to salvage all of your personal belongings, and while we’ll do our best, we have to prioritize removing the bacteria. In some cases, you might need to throw personal belongings or soft furnishings out, but you will be able to minimize the property damage if you contact us immediately.
Certified by the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification), our technicians are trained and equipped with the proper equipment and knowledge to handle your sewage cleanup properly.
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Sewage backups: Why it's essential to deal with them
Sewage backups in New York usually happen due to human error. According to NYC Environmental Protection, the common causes of blocked pipes are generally due to the improper disposal of grease, other items, and wipes down the sink or toilet.
When these items cause a blockage, and the water can’t flow properly through the pipes, it results in a backup. Raw sewage can cause a range of health issues, as it contains viruses, pathogens, and bacteria – all of which are dangerous to humans and animals.
The risk of E.coli
E.coli is a common contaminant that can cause adverse effects, including dehydration, cramping, vomiting, and diarrhoea. Coming into contact with it can also increase your risk of contracting Hepatitis A.
Bacteria can enter the body through cuts
While most people think they can avoid bacteria by washing their hands, you could still develop gastroenteritis. If you have any cuts on your skin and come into contact with the waste from your sewer backup, sickness can happen.
Airborne bacteria create breathing difficulties
Inhaling the bacteria from a sewage backup can also impact your health, including worsening current respiratory conditions. However, you can be more at risk of short-term asthma and other breathing difficulties.
A sewage problem doesn’t just go away
Unfortunately, a sewage backup problem can quickly spread to other areas of your home, including the HVAC system. When the spores enter the system, they can contaminate the air you breathe and result in more problems further down the line.