Sewage Cleanup in Florida
Quick-response service to make homes and businesses clean and safe again after sewage backups!
A sewage backup is always a serious problem because sewage water contains disease-causing bacteria. The cleanup work following any sewage leak should be performed as soon as possible to minimize exposure to harmful bacteria, unpleasant smells and unwanted moisture.
If a sewage backup occurs inside your basement from a sewage spill or septic tank overflow, don't hesitate to call us, Baxter Restoration, the water restoration experts! Our sewage backup services will protect your property and address all the unsanitary odors and biologically harmful chemicals by thoroughly cleaning, decontaminating, deodorizing and sanitizing all affected areas.
Professional sewage backup cleanup in Florida
The cleanup of raw sewage should not be done by the homeowner or by any untrained individual. When you hire Baxter Restoration for spilled sewage cleanup, you can be confident that your family and your property will get the safest, most thorough cleanup services available. Our workers are trained to the highest industry standards, and utilize specialized equipment designed for pumping, cleaning and drying.
WHAT CAUSES SEWAGE BACKUPS?
Most sewage backups often occur from a blockage in the sanitary sewer line, where wastewater may enter your home throughout the floor drains and other plumbing lines within the building. Some causes of sewage backups are preventable, while others aren’t evident until the backup occurs. Here are some of the main causes:
Solid flushes. A blockage in the waste line between a plumbing fixture and the main septic drain line is often referred to as a “solid flush.” This problem typically occurs when a large or inappropriate object is flushed down the toilet, such as food fat and cotton buds, creating a blockage somewhere in the waste line.
Structural damage. When a waste pipe develops a crack, detaches from an adjacent pipe section, or is crushed because of building settlement - sewage backup can occur.
Root blockage. The main drain line that connects the home to a septic tank or municipal sewer can be susceptible to clogging from tree roots. The roots grow naturally toward a moisture source, and typically enter the sewer line through pipe joints.
Sewer backup or surge. If a blockage occurs in a city sewage line, wastewater usually overflows at the lowest opening, which can be a sink or toilet in your home.
Protect your Property from Sewage Backup
Is your home experiencing sewage backup or are you dealing with septic tank problems? Take the safe, smart and speedy solution to sewage cleanup. Call Baxter Restoration today for our fast and complete sewage cleanup services!