Sewer damage is probably the last issue you would like to discover in your home. Whether it’s a blocked or corroded pipe or seeping toilet, Liberty Restoration serves the Ogden region with sewer damage cleanup. If your toilet or sewer line takes on damage, don’t delay calling for assistance. Get the professionals at Liberty Restoration to remedy the situation, regardless of how big the problem is.
Problems with Sewage Backup
Attempting to remove sewage spills without the proper certifications can worsen the situation. That’s why it is vital to take careful care to counteract your sewage dilemma to prevent it from getting worse. Even little backups carry a mixture of chemicals that can create health problems like Hepatitis A and Salmonella.
The Liberty Restoration professionals start sanitation by removing liquid and solid waste. In some cases, sewage repair can only begin when the location has been cleaned. Next, we start sanitization steps to remove and neutralize the toxic sewage the sewage contains. One of our primary goals is to remove buildup, odor and stop the leak at the source. If your sewer damage is especially bad, we can conduct follow up checks to avoid growth of mold and other pathogens.
Before Liberty Restoration Arrives
The professionals with Liberty Restoration have years of training and knowledge about sewage removal techniques. Failure to follow these methods can put yourself in danger. While we recommend waiting for our team to arrive at your home, follow these steps to prep the scene for the professionals:
- Keep the contaminated location and your family safe by sectioning off the location children and pets.
- Always use water resistant gloves or rubber boots if entering the location.
- Avoid direct contact with touched items.
- You might be able to save some items by cleaning them in hot water or bringing them to a dry cleaner.
- Upholstery, carpeting or mattresses with even a small amount of contamination should be tossed.
- Discard all contaminated food that comes in contact with sewage water.
- Always clean your hands with warm water and soap after being in contaminated areas.