Sewage Backup Service

Sewage is identified by two water types: grey water and black water. Grey Water - typifies water with contaminants of a chemical type. But also contains urine, sump pumps failures and bacterial contaminants. Black Water - typifies the most extreme type of contaminants: sewage, flood water or any other water carrying bacteria, fungus, chemicals or feces. Black water possesses an immediate and inimical threat to humans. Exposure to these water types can cause hepatitis, salmonellosis, legionaries disease and a bunch of other unwanted problems. Sewage backup is one of the most severe types of cleanup. It's extremely important that you hire a professional service to cleanup in these scenarios.

Water Damage NJ begin with an expert assessment, followed with extraction of water, pumped by high-tech industrial truck mounted equipment. After the structural damages are assessed we reinstall carpet, padding and flooring— walls and ceilings may also need to be repaired, reconstituted in some way or reconstructed after thorough drying and dehumidification. When sanitation standards are met and the customer is completely satisfied we leave you to your beautifully repaired space.

Tips for Homeowners on Sewage Back-up

  • Sewage contains a variety of pathogenic – disease causing – fungi, bacteria, viruses and parasites. Anyone who works on sewage losses must have updated vaccinations, including one for Hepatitis B.
  • Sewage exposure is particularly dangerous for people with weakened immune systems, including anyone under two or over 60, those who are pregnant, ill, recovering from surgery, on prescription drugs or chemotherapy, or are AIDS victims.
  • It is not safe to stay in a building that's flooded with sewage unless the contaminated area can be completely sealed off and placed under controlled air flow so that there will be no cross contamination of unaffected areas.
  • Highly absorbent sewage-saturated materials, such as carpet, pad, upholstery, bedding, wicker, paper or even fabrics that can't be washed in hot water (130°F/54°C) for at least 10 minutes, must be contained and disposed of properly. This goes for sewage-saturated drywall, insulation and several other structural materials too. There's simply too great a health risk involved if any of these materials are dried in place and cleaned only.
  • Only the most highly trained professionals should attempt sewage remediation work. Then, a "third party" indoor environmental professional can provide post-remediation verification or "clearance testing" to ensure that the home or building is safe to re-occupy.

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