Professional “Contaminated Black Water” Damage Restoration & Cleanup
One of the most difficult plumbing issues to handle is sewage, which is made even worse if there is also water damage. In addition to being messy, waste from pipes can be harmful to your health. To keep you safe, our top priority is to quickly remove the sewage from your property using the most advanced equipment available. After the cleanup process is completed, we will clean and sanitize all affected areas to ensure your property is safe to use.
As part of our service, our team will effectively remove any wastewater or debris that comes from a toilet overflow, as well as eliminate any bacteria that may remain. Once we are done, the bathroom that had the incident will look like it never had an incident.
A septic tank backup can cause a lot of damage to your home. It takes a lot of work to restore a septic tank. Revive’s professional sewage cleanup team will arrive quickly to clean up the mess. Disinfect the area. Fix any issue with your septic tank. And get everything up and running again.
Our highly-trained professionals have extensive experience and knowledge in handling anything to do with sewage backup cleaning. We will not only clean up backed-up sewage. But, we will also get to the root cause of the problem so it does not happen again
Overflowing sump pumps are caused by a variety of factors, from electrical outages to oversaturated soil to pure negligence. It is extremely dangerous to have this overflow in your crawlspace, especially if the water is not contained. An overflow, regardless of its cause or location, can flood your entire house. The team at Revive can assist in quickly and efficiently resolving the problem.
Odor Removal and Decontamination
Biohazardous Cleaning & Disposal
Our Sewage Clean-Up Process
Contaminated Object Disposal
Disinfecting & Drying of Affected Areas
Types of Water Damage & Why It Matters
Category #1 Water Damage: This category of water damage poses the least risk to people. “Clean water” is another name for this. Supply line breaks, tub and sink overflows, broken pipes, and malfunctioning appliances are some of the causes of category 1 water losses. In these situations, the majority of the construction materials can be successfully dried without posing any long-term health risks to the property owner.
Category #2 Water Damage: also referred to as “grey water,” poses serious health risks to people when they come into contact with it or accidentally consume it. Category 2 water damage includes toilet overflows with urine (no feces) and sump pump backups. In the event of a water damage of Category 2, drying the affected area may also require the removal of certain materials. Once drying is complete, disinfecting the area will be necessary in order to eliminate any potential health risks.
Category #3 Water Damage: The third and most severe category of water damage is referred to as “black water,” and it can be identified by its extreme severity. The types of water damage that fall under the category 3 umbrella are sewage, rising flood waters, seawater, river water, and groundwater. When water damage of category 3 occurs, there will be significant steps of disinfecting that need to be completed after the materials have been removed and the area has been dried out. This is done to eliminate any potential risks to the health of humans and animals.
Professional Services VS Do-It-Yourself Sewage Cleanup
What to Do If Your Sewage Backs Up
Keeping yourself and others safe is the number one priority. If sewage is spilling out, get out of the way. Then call Revive Water Damage Restoration if you suspect a sewage spill or backup; do not attempt to clean it up yourself! Revive can provide fast sewage cleanup services in Florida if your home or business has been damaged by category 1, 2, or even 3 water damage. We are available 24/7 when emergencies happen.
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