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Cleanup for sewage backup and issues in Sandy

Sandy, Ut Sewage Backup Sanitation

No one would ever like to encounter sewer damage in their house. Whether it’s a blocked or corroded pipe or seeping toilet, Liberty Restoration serves the Sandy Ut area with sewer damage services. Do not neglect this dilemma if you run into it. Call Liberty Restoration right away to speak with a member of our staff and remove the damage.

Sewer Hazards

Trying to take care of sewage backup without the right training can result in aggravating the situation. Because of this, it is vital to take careful precautions to combat your sewage problem to avoid it from getting worse. Even little backups carry a blend of pathogens that may create illnesses like Hepatitis A.

Our staff has protective gear that allows us to begin eliminating the dirt and debris in the problem area. We must additionally clean the problem spot before addressing the sewer system. We then begin disinfection procedures to treat and neutralize the toxic waste material the sewage contains. Our staff completes the drying-out and removal procedures rapidly to avoid build up of mold or odor. If your situation is especially awful, we can perform updates to avoid the spread of mold and other pathogens.

Before Liberty Restoration Arrives

Please do not attempt to clean up any backup without a professional. We recommend speaking with one of our contractors before acting. In order to protect you and your family’s health, we suggest using caution and following some easy steps. You should:

  • Quarantine contaminated areas to keep kids or animals from getting sick.
  • Always use waterproof gloves or rubber boots if entering the area.
  • Do not come in direct contact with affected items.
  • Any affected fabrics should be cleaned in hot water or taken to a dry cleaner.
  • Get rid of dirty items such as upholstery, carpeting and mattresses. Even just a little residue in porous items can spread disease.
  • Do not eat or keep any food that comes in contact with sewage water.
  • Rinse your hands thoroughly with soap after coming into contact with contaminated areas, particularly prior to drinking.

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