Are You In Need Of Sewage Cleanup?
Excel Restoration knows this is not a fun job so we are here to help you.
When To Call For Professional Sewage Cleanup
Sewage backups can be a real mess for homeowners and businesses. If you have a clogged drain, flooding, or a natural disaster hit, the damage of backed up sewage and overflowing toilets can be a major problem. When the sewer system gets backed up there can be a release of waste and water pollution into your home or business. If this happens, you and your family’s health can be at risk and your home can experience structural damage. Here at Excel Restoration, we work quickly and effectively to get your home or business dry, sanitized, and looking like new.
Our team of professionals has the experience and knowledge of how to handle everything about sewage cleanup to water damage restoration. We look at all the details and work effectively to make sure our services will last. Our certified team is available 24/7 and can answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding sewage cleanup.
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Causes & Solutions for Sewage Damage
Sewage system parts all work together to make life easy, but things such as poor installation or clogged drains can put stress on your sewer. This then can cause your sewer system to back up and flood your home or business.
Common Reasons For Sewage Backup:
- Broken sewer lines
- Tree roots
- Clogged drains
Our team of professionals will survey your property to assess the damage, any affected material, and assess contamination. Our team will then create a solution that will eliminate your problem quickly and effectively. We follow strict safety and health guidelines to ensure your home or business is up to code and inhabitable for you and your family.
Sewage Backup In Basement
Many of the sewage cleanup we perform come from sewage backup in basement. You can determine if the backup will require professional assistance by performing a quick inspection.
Check the condition of the sewer line at the point where the overflow begins. If there is no obvious sign of blockage, then it’s possible that the pipes are just becoming full. If it becomes apparent that the clog has grown, then there is a good chance that the root of the problem has reached the basement or crawl space.
If you think that the sewer line has become blocked, the best step is to address the source of the problem before making any efforts to fix the pipes. Contact a sewage restoration specialist in your area who can offer emergency sewage backup cleanup services in the event of a sewage backup in the basement.
Local Emergency Restoration Services
2520 IL-176 Suite 12, Crystal Lake, Illinois, 60014