Philadelphia PA Sewage Cleanup


In Philadelphia, PA and in need or emergency cleanout services for a backed-up sewer line that has caused damage to your home or office?  If so, you’ve come to the right place.  Our Philadelphia flood damage restoration crews specialize in the messiest of sewage back-up situations.  Make no mistake, if you’ve got sewage spilling out onto your property, you’ve got an emergency and serious health hazard that requires immediate cleanup services.

 

We offer certified sewage cleanup services designed to get your property cleaned up, disinfected, and safe and dry fast and we stand behind all of the cleaning services we perform with a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee!  We’re confident that you’ll be happy with the work we perform cleaning up your sewage back-up, but if not, let us know and we’ll send out a technician to fix it immediately!

 

How much does sewage cleanup services cost?

In most cases a sewage backup is covered under your homeowners insurance policy such that like any other claim you’ll be responsible for your deductible and the insurance company will cover the rest.  But you can probably guess that the actual cost will depend on the extent of sewage backed-up and the items that have been damaged.  It can cost as little as a few hundred dollars to extract sewage from a crawl space to as much as several thousand to fully cleanup and restore a more extensive sewer back-up situation.

 

Here’s the most important things you should know about sewer back-ups:

Sewer water is dangerous.  There can be deadly cocktails of bacteria, virus, and harmful parasites that fester in sewage and these agents can be transmitted to you and any else in the affected area by air, skin contact, or from accidentally being ingested.  Elderly people, young children, and those affected by serious illness are most at risk, but the reality is that the contaminants within sewer water can prove fatal for anyone.

If you’re still not convinced, we hope you’ll watch the video below. Too many times, homeowners think they can cleanup the sewer water themselves and find themselves dealing with dangerous repercussions. We hope you’ll watch the video below and reconsider if you’re thinking about tackling the problem on your own:


 

It isn’t safe to be inside a structure that contains a sewage spill.  If it’s the case you find yourself inside a home or office that has sewer water standing in it, it’s best that you exit the building.  Unless the affected area has been completely sealed off and there is no risk of airborne contaminants spreading throughout the rest of the structure, it’s better to be safe than sorry.  Get out, call a professional and get help!

 

It isn’t safe to return until a certified sewage cleanup company says so.  This is one of the more scary aspects of sewage.  Sometimes people try to tackle it themselves but simply aren’t capable of identifying all of the damaged areas and properly disinfecting & drying them.  Only a certified indoor environmental specialist can perform the required processes that ensure the building is safe and only after they’ve provided a clearance test can the building be re-occupied.

 

Call us now for a free estimate for your sewage back-up cleaning service needs! 

 

Free_EstimatesWith us, you don’t need to worry about whether you’re getting a fair price. It’s guaranteed! How can we promise such a thing? Because of the system we use to quote your loss. Watch this video to learn about Xactimate, the nation’s leading insurance repair estimating software! If you still have questions, give us a call and let’s discuss your situation!


 

Don’t end up calling a water damage contractor that isn’t fully qualified to cleanup black water category losses. Many don’t have the equipment or experience to do the job safely, and it puts you at risk!

 

Why do sewer lines backup?

 

A sewer line can back up for a couple of reasons, but luckily there are some simple steps you can take as a way to lessen the odds a sewage backup happens to you:

 

The drain gets clogged

fats-oils-grease-clogging-restaurant-sewer-lineAnything that goes down your drains or toilets exits through a big pipe. Needless to say, that pipe is under a lot of duress. Just getting toilet paper, food remnants and water down it is hard enough, but it can be put under too much stress by putting certain things down the drain. The biggest offender? Grease! Even tree roots can grow into the pipes if they are clay. When this happens, the water can’t escape down the main line and it has to go somewhere: usually back into your basement!

 

A storm overflow occurs

A storm overflow happens when the city’s drainage system can’t handle the amount of water passing through it during a heavy rain event. Usually what ends up happening is some sort of debris clogs a portion of the storm drain. Because the water can’t get through the pipe fast enough, it looks for another exit. Sadly, that route is straight up your pipe and into your property! Below is a great diagram that shows you what happens:

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So how can you prevent this from happening? Install a backwater valve!

Day or night, we are available to provide a rapid response to your Philadelphia sewer back-up and can begin the water extraction process immediately.  No matte what your issue, our Philadelphia crews know what needs to be done to get your property clean and dry.  Each has years of experience serving Philadelphia customers in their time of need and are fully certified in basement flood restoration services.  We know it’s a traumatic experience, walking into standing waste-water in your Philadelphia property.

But rest easy knowing professional Philadelphia water extraction services are just a phone call away.  Call now for immediate assistance and a no obligation, free estimate for any work you need performed!

 

Crews are standing by to help you!

If you need emergency restoration services, we have crews located throughout the Philly metro area so that we can immediately respond to your crisis!

Call now for a free quote!


215-874-6745

 

Proudly serving the entire Philadelphia area, including:

Chester, West Chester, Radnor Township, Exton, Phoenixville, Norristown, Pottstown, Lansdale, Warminster, Willow Grove, Doylestown, Souderton, Levittown, Media, Havertown, Newton Square, Berwyn, Collegeville, Horsham, Richboro, and all areas in between!

 

Here’s some recent projects we’ve successfully completed:

 

Rob D. in Southampton, PA – Sewage back-up from busted PVC pipe

Black water damage caused by sewage that was emitted from a bust sewer pipe causing damage throughout the lower level of the home.

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