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We are available around the clock if you’ve experienced a water back-up and need emergency sewage cleanup services. We know it’s messy situation, that’s why our Houston sewage removal crews are standing by to help assist you. We always offer free estimates in writing before any work is performed, our rates are fair and affordable, and we stand behind all work performed by guaranteeing your complete satisfaction…so if you’re in Houston and have a sewage back-up, please give us a call today!
We all know a sewage back-up can be stinky, but what many people don’t realize is that is can be a huge health risk. Sewage can contain parasites, fungi, bacteria, and viruses that can make anyone exposed to it extremely sick, and in the worst cases can actually lead to death. That means that if you find yourself dealing with backed-up sewage, you’ve got a crisis on your hands that requires professional remediation services.
Our first priority is to provide you with a free estimate to cleanup sewage damage, and to do that, we use Xactimate. This software is used by most restoration companies and insurance adjusters, and it calculates what we can charge based on insurer rates. Here’s how it works:
A big key to extracting sewage is to make sure the work begins quickly. Raw sewage is considered black water due to its contamination levels and can cause a lot of damage if not cleaned up quickly. It’s one reason we respond to sewage cleaning calls immediately, any time day or night.
Some companies come to your home to size up the job, and YOU! They’ll then just throw out a number based upon what they think they can get from you…not us! We use claims software used by most major insurers to determine our prices, so you know the free, written estimate we offer you is a fair and affordable price!
While not all sewage back-up losses are covered under a standard insurance policy, if it is the case you are covered and are planning on filing a claim, we can help! Our Houston sewage removal company is insurance approved, meaning we can completely handle the claims process and even bill your carrier directly if you want!
When it comes to cleaning sewage, some companies simply get in and out and are on to the next job. Our focus is on not only doing a great job, but ensuring your complete satisfaction throughout the entire process. But if it’s ever the case you are not happy with the work we have done, let us know and we’ll fix it, no questions asked!
When choosing a sewage extraction company, making sure they are certified as water & flood damage restoration technicians is very important. It means they have spent a considerable amount of time and energy studying the science of remediation and are proficient in the proper techniques and equipment used to cleanup sewage back-ups.
Think you’re just dealing with a smelly situation? Think again! It’s potentially deadly. Watch this quick video to learn about the risks inherent in the sewage damage cleanup process. Hopefully it helps give you a better sense for why you should always call a professional sewage damage mitigation contractor when you’re faced with a sewer backup!
We offer rapid sewage cleanup service throughout the Houston metro area, including:
Conroe, The Woodlands, Tomball, Magnolia, Spring, Kingwood, Atascocita, Aldine, Highlands, Cloverleaf, Bayton, Pasadena, Pearland, League City, La Porte, Bellaire, Sugar Land, Mission Bend, Katy, Cypress
Time is crucial. The longer you wait, the more Houston flood damage that can occur to your home or office. That’s why when you call our sewage removal crews you can expect an immediate response. Our technician will come to your office or home to provide a free estimate and we can begin the Houston sewage cleaning process immediately.
If you have a backed-up sewer line and need professional cleaning services, call us now and we’ll be there in minutes to get your Houston property cleaned up, dry, and completely disinfected!
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