If a sewage loss occurs at your home or business, contact help immediately. Due to the risk of blood-borne pathogens being high, sewage is a very dangerous form of water cleanup.
We recommend that once a sewage loss is recognized, all occupants should stay clear of the affected areas. Be cautious to avoid tracking the sewage throughout unaffected areas in your home or business. If you come in contact with any sewage debris during cleanup, keep your hands away from your mouth, eyes, and nose until you are able to properly sanitize. Always remember to be safe and if you must handle any sewage cleanup on your own, utilize personal protective equipment in the process.
Sewage Cleanup Service
What to expect when you call us for sewage cleanup...
Once a technician has been able to assess the damages, the cleanup process begins. When our crews are on-site dealing with a sewage loss they will be sure to display proper care not only for your property but for themselves as well. PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) is mandatory, this may include but is not limited to: Tyvek suits, gloves, full face masks, respirators, and waterproof boots. During this process it is important the you and your technician take time to document everything digitally. Taking photos will assist with insurance claims and for quality assurance. From extracting the sewage water to sanitizing all affected surfaces, we will help you through this.
ATP testing produces immediate and accurate results that will determine if the cleaning and sanitation process has been properly and successfully completed.
ATP testing is a process of rapidly measuring actively growing microorganisms through detection of Adenosine Tri-Phosphate, or ATP. Adenosine Tri-Phosphate is a molecule, created within individual cells and is the internal energy source for cellular processes, found only in and around living cells, and as such it gives a direct measure of biological concentration and health.