Commercial Sewage Damage Cleanup

Expert Commercial Sewage Cleanup Near You

Sewage Backup Affecting a RestaurantSewage backup and damage is a serious matter and should be handled only by knowledgeable, certified remediators. At Tri State Restorations, we have the expertise to safely and carefully handle sewage spills and damage. We understand the importance of eliminating the threat of mold and pathogen growth for the health of your building’s occupants. Our highly trained teams ensure that all affected areas are completely sanitized and thoroughly dried.

We have state-of-the-art extraction and drying equipment that can take care of even the largest, toughest jobs. We use a truck mount with built-in pressure washer capabilities in combination with a built-in heater to remove and sanitize all of the affected areas. Our high-powered axial fans produce airflow along both walls and floor, and our industrial-strength dehumidifiers quickly reduce the amount of moisture in the air. Our HEPA filter air scrubbers remove containments down to 99.97% efficiency.

If you have sewage damage to your commercial building, know that you can count on Tri State Restorations to take care of your needs. We are ready to serve you any time of day, seven days a week.

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Sewage Damage Mitigation Procedures

 Commercial Sewage Damage

oscar-12-26-14-005Expertly cleaning a property after a sewage backup or overflow is critical for ensuring the safety of your building’s occupants. Sewage pipes deteriorate over time, and if your commercial building is old, cracks and sags in your sewage lines can suddenly cause a sewage disaster. Tree roots can enter the sewage service pipe at joints and spread out, causing blockages along the way. In addition, if your building is in an area prone to flooding, its sewer lines could fill up with water during a heavy rain, leading to sewage backup and overflow.

Whatever the cause, any type of sewage can be devastating for your business. Several days may elapse before the cause is determined and the problem is corrected. This allows for extensive permeation and contamination of absorbent materials such as wood, gypsum, paper and concrete, leading to the growth of potentially disease-causing microorganisms. Additionally, any large amount of water inside of a closed building creates high humidity, which can lead to mold growth on structural materials and contents.

The time in which you will be able to resume your day-to-day operations depends largely upon the speed with which the sewage is removed and your building and property are sanitized. It is critical to act quickly and bring in experts to clean up the sewage due to the severe consequences of sewage damage.