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Professional Sewage Cleanup
YUCK! Believe it or not, sewage spills are a lot more common than you can think. More often than regular water damage, and that’s a serious problem!
Spilling a sewer or septic tank overflow in your home or workplace can be extremely disturbing and costly.
And let’s not talk about the potential health hazard of living in an area full of garbage and sewage.
To minimize the likelihood of further contamination and quick cleaning, you should contact a professional sewage cleaning and water damage removal service.
Causes Of Sewage Spills
Sewage damage can be caused by different sources and is usually caused by clogged pipes due to growing tree roots, grease or overload capacity. Although these problems can only lead to a clogged toilet, in some cases it leads to a more serious sewage problem. This requires a professional sewage cleanup service to address the immediate and effective cause of underlying danger, odor, and the root cause.
After Sewage Spill
If you and your home or workplace are experiencing any sewage leaks or septic tank overflow, contact ASAP Flood & Fire Restoration immediately. You shouldn’t try to handle the situation on your own, it’s hazardous and can be dangerous to your health.
Sewage Cleanup and Restoration
At ASAP Flood & Fire Restoration, our restoration technicians use protective masks and equipment to ensure that we do not come into direct contact with any toxic element that can be revealed in sewage and wastewater.
We also pay attention to possible sinkholes around the area or contaminated soil. The soil must be replaced when it comes into contact with any sewage or wastewater. If the septic system is broken or leaking, we need to pump the system.
We thoroughly test the sewage draining system and perform the right cleaning and disinfection treatment. This includes removing any sewage and wastewater from the area and the creation of a solid waste material that can safely rejoin the environment for the removal of toxic inorganic and organic compounds.
Preventing Sewage Spillage
Liquid waste has the potential to cost thousands of dollars for cleaning, suspension, and restoration, including damage and repairs. Unfortunately, most sewage spillage and overflow could have been prevented by routine maintenance. But people often neglect sewer systems and assume that if something unusual doesn’t smell, it is working properly.
On average, a septic tank was built to last about twenty-five years, and routine maintenance checks in the system every two months are a major preventive measure. If you’ve experienced any sewage leaks or floods before, make sure you’ve been keeping a close eye on your septic system.
Emergency Sewer Cleaning and Damage Tips
After any sewage damage, safety should be the primary focus.
Is it safe to stay at home? Think about the following points before:
Exposure to biological and chemical pollutants can have serious health consequences.
If possible, pay attention to the slippery areas.
And most importantly, Be careful!