ServiceMaster Restore By Calco Clean

Sewage Cleanup Emergency Service

If you are dealing with a sewage backup in your home or business, it is important to contact a company that specializes in sewage cleanup services right away. Our crews are available 24/7 to help you immediately.

Don’t Wait – If your sewage is backed up and leaking, call us and we’ll be on site within 2-4 hours or less. Our Highly Trained Technicians and Fully Loaded Trucks waiting for your call.

On-site within 4 hours or less

Water or sewage coming into your home or business can not only be one of the most stressful things to deal with as a homeowner or business owner, but it can also be one of the most dangerous. It can result in damage far beyond just what is visible, especially if it gets into the walls. That’s why, if you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of having a sewage backup it is imperative to enlist a company specializing in sewage cleanup services right away.

We are equipped to respond to disasters as quickly as possible. We maintain a fleet of fully loaded vehicles that are ready to go and our experienced technicians deal with these types of problems daily.

What Should I Do If I Have a Sewage Backup?

Once a sewage backup and the subsequent sewage-related water damage has been spotted, the most important thing to remember is that you should never attempt to clean it up on your own. Doing so can put you at even greater risk. Instead, you should contact us at (845) 343-6443 immediately.

Sewage leaking into bathroom

We will come out to your home or place of business right away, assess the situation and begin the remediation process. We will also identify the problem and repair it properly so that this does not happen again.

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Nobody wants to deal with a sewage backup in their home or business. If it does happen though, it’s important to contact a company that specializes in sewage and water damage cleanup immediately. That’s where we come in. At ServiceMaster Restore By Calco Clean, we specialize in water damage and sewage cleanup services and remediation. We will be with you from start to finish not only cleaning up the damage but also addressing the issue so that it can be repaired. 

Sewage cleaning requires specialized equipment

Sewage cleanup isn’t as simple as using some gloves and bleach. Sewage leaking into your home is a health hazard that requires specialty equipment.

Professional Sewer Backup Cleaning Process:

  • Extract any sewage from your home using our truck mounted pumps and commercial grade vacuums.
  • Removal of contaminated items. Anything that is too contaminated to leave in the home will be taken out. We can restore certain items, so we’ll communicate with you about what can be salvaged.
  • Our technicians will completely clean and sanitize the area with specialized equipment and gear.
  • Drying and dehumidifying to prevent any mold growth or other water related damage.
  • Repair the cause of the backup or work with necessary contractors to get it done. We oversee the entire job, leaving you only one point of contact to deal with.
  • Restore the area like new. We are a full service construction company able to remove and damaged materials and restore to new condition.

Sewage Leaks are a category 3 water damage

This level of water damage is by far the most dangerous and also the most common for those dealing with a significant sewage backup. Remediation from category 3 water damage involves the removal of the water and the drying out of the affected area or areas. Once that has been completed, all affected areas must be deep cleaned and disinfected to ensure safety.

Category 3 water damage is the most common type of water damage associated with sewage backup and sewage-related water damage. Regardless of the category though, it is important to reach out to a company that specializes in water damage repair and remediation at the first sign of any sort of water-related issue.

What causes sewage related water damage?

Sewage backups and sewage-related water damage can be caused by a number of factors. What can make a sewage backup even more frustrating is that some may be undetectable until it is too late. Problems with your cleanout pipes could lead to a slow leak that can cause damage over time before you are aware of the issue.

That being said, here are some of the more common causes of a sewage backup or blockage:

  • Root infiltration
  • Clogging of toilet drains
  • Pipe collapses
  • Grease buildup
  • Soil settlement
  • City backup
  • Structural issues

If you can’t see any sewage, but notice warning signs, such as sewage smell coming from your drains or bubbling drains, it would be a good idea to reach out to your pluming company to have it checked out before a disaster like this occurs.