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SEWAGE CLEANUP & RESTORATION

Toilet overflow?

Sump pump backup?

Sewage line backflow?

Immediate cleanup is essential to avoid serious potential health risks.

24/7 Emergency Line:

90 Minute Response Time!

Contamination can stem from septic line backup, flooding involving sewage or from organic matter (as in a river flooding). Delaying sewage damage cleanup can pose a serious health risk.

 

Don't wait, call Tri State Restorations now!

24/7 Emergency Service: 1-866-818-1949

WHY PROFESSIONAL CLEANUP IS NECESSARY

Domestic sewage contains billions of microorganisms that pave the way for allergenic, infectious or toxic response, as well as disease. Failure to clean areas and replace objects affected by a sewage backup can result in the growth and spread of harmful bacteria that can threaten the health of you, your family members, or your employees. 

 

Sewage backup and cleanup is a serious matter and should be handled by experts knowledgeable in all applicable regulations so that the damage does not create extensive problems. Tri State Restorations has that experience and knowledge. 

WE ARE A LICENSED, INSURED & BONDED PROFESSIONAL REMEDIATION FIRM

Our trained staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, providing a complete range of emergency sewage cleanup and restoration services.

CONTAMINATED WATER CATEGORIES

Category 1

Water which originates from a clean or sanitary source like a leaky faucet or hot water heater. Once this water comes in contact with other surfaces, it can change to Category 2 or even Category 3.

Category 2

Gray water with some contaminants that can cause discomfort or illness if digested. Examples include washing machine or dishwasher overflow, broken aquariums or punctured waterbeds.

Category 3

Grossly contaminated water that can contain pathogenic, toxigenic, or other harmful agents. This can come from sewage or water blown in from hurricanes and weather events, or sewer line backups.

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