A sewage backup creates a stressful and emotional situation while presenting serious health hazards and significant property loss. The severity of sewage waste damage will depend upon extent, contents, and degree of penetration into building materials. The health of all occupants, workers, etc. is most important, and restoration efforts should begin as soon as possible to minimize and eliminate any gram-negative bacterial damages and to reduce the potential for microbial growth and odor problems.
Unprotected occupants and workers should be removed from the affected areas before and during the stages of decontamination and cleaning to prevent exposure to assumed airborne pathogens (mVOC’s) that could be present. Our technicians will implement and adhere to the strict industry standards and guidelines during the restoration effort to help restore the job site to as near pre-loss condition as possible and minimize the potential for any secondary damages.