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The dangers of sewage backups
Sewage water contains bacteria, viruses and diseases since it contains all types of waste. Any sewage backup and damage should be considered an emergency as it may cause serious illness.
Some of the dangers that biohazards from sewage water include the following:
At Reactic Restoration, we have fully trained and knowledgeable sewage cleanup technicians dedicated to safely and efficiently fix all types of sewage. Our team of professionals is committed to providing top-notch sewage cleanup services that adhere to the standards set by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC).
Our IICRC-certified technicians have been fully trained to professionally, safely, and properly extract mud and sewage water from your home. We will then remove and dispose of porous materials that have absorbed sewage water, such as carpets, furniture, bedding, and other items, to prevent
the spread of disease-causing bacteria. As for nonporous materials, we will clean them with eco-friendly microbes to decontaminate the affected
Once you call us, we will immediately send out our technicians to locate, fix, and treat all the problems in your sewer line. We will remove sewage
water and mud from your property with our state-of-the-art equipment. We will treat all infected areas in your home to ensure that the spread of
biohazards is prevented.
After ensuring that all sewage and mud are gone, we will then bring in our expert air movers to blow the moist air inside and outside your property. We will also use dehumidifiers to soak up moist air, keeping your home dry and free from mold infestation.
Most homeowners don’t give their sewage line a lot of thought because it’s something that you don’t see every day. A lot of people are also not aware that maintenance of the sewer lateral, the pipeline between the city’s main sewer line and your property, is their responsibility. So their sewer line goes unchecked for a long time until something goes wrong. When that happens, it’s often a problem that will cost a lot to repair.
Your home’s sewage line is an integral part of your house because it will transport wastewater from your house into the main underground sewage. This is why it’s important to check it regularly.
As a property owner, it is your responsibility to maintain and fix any part of the sewer lateral that extends into the street.
Old sewage systems
According to The American Society of Civil Engineers, the country’s over 500,000 miles of sewer lines are on average over 30 years old. With more homes being built and connecting to these aging sewage systems, backups are commonplace.
Most systems combine stormwater and raw sewage into the same pipeline, exposing them to more volume than they can handle.
Tree roots seek moisture and can make their way into cracks in the sewer lines. As they grow larger, this can cause extensive and expensive damages.
Call our fully trained and equipped technicians today to clean up and treat your sewage today!