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Sewage water in your home is gross. Don’t worry— you can count on us to clean up the mess.
Our sewage cleanup experts are available 24/7 and serve the entire Dallas metroplex.
When we arrive at your doorstep, our experts will immediately work to clean up the sewage, deodorize your property, and sanitize any affected areas.
Our certified sewage cleanup crews can quickly return your home back to a clean, safe, and odor-free environment. Call for immediate service now!
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Sewage Cleanup: Everything You Should Know
If you’re dealing with a sewage backup, you’ve probably got a lot of questions and concerns.
Click on the sections below to quickly learn everything should know if there’s sewage water in your home or business.
You can also call us if you have any questions about insurance, the sewage cleanup process, and more!
What You Should Do If There’s a Sewage Backup
Sewage removal is not a DIY job, so the very first thing you need to do is call a professional sewage cleanup company. Yes, you can probably handle a small toilet overflow, but major sewage cleaning requires professional help.
According to the EPA, sewage water contains bacteria and contaminants that can make you sick or, even worse, lead to death.
While you’re waiting for the professionals to arrive, follow these steps to protect yourself and minimize the damage.
Step 1: Evacuate the Area
If there’s sewage underneath your house or in your crawl space, evacuate the premises immediately and call a crawl space water removal company.
Why the urgency? A sewage leak underneath the house can spread gases through the ventilation that can cause dizziness, illness, or death in high enough doses.
If the sewage is in a small area of the home (like the bathroom), evacuate children, seniors, and pets from the affected area.
Step 2: Shut Off Utilities
If the sewage backup is severe, call your utility company to shut off electricity, gas, and water supply to your home.
If the spill is small and there’s no standing water near the main water supply valve or breaker box, it’s safe to do this yourself.
You’ll also need to turn off your ac and close your floor vents to prevent it from spreading into the HVAC system.
Just remember to wear protective equipment, like rubber boots, rubber gloves, and disposable coveralls or clothing. If you don’t have these items, leave the area and wait for a professional!
Step 3: Open the Windows
Open the windows to begin the drying process. This will help remove odors and prevent mold growth.
Step 4: Use Bleach
Pour a small amount of bleach to the affected area. This helps with sanitization and preventing bacteria from spreading.
Step 5: Remove Untouched Items
Change out of the dirty clothes and begin removing dry items to an unaffected area inside or outside of the home.
Step 6: Document the Damages
Call your insurance company and quickly take photos or videos of the sewage and any water-damaged items, like flooring, drywall, and valuables. This will help during the claims process.
The Average Cost of Sewage Cleanup Services
Because every water damage scenario is different, there is no standard cost for sewage cleanup services.
First, you might need to address some plumbing issues. You can expect to pay between $174 and $452 for a plumber unblock the sewer line.
After factoring that in, you’ll pay around $7 per square foot for sewage cleanup services.
Again, this is just a rough estimate. Other factors you have to consider are whether porous materials, like carpet and drywall, need to be removed and replaced.
To help you understand the costs, we’ve listed some of the factors restoration companies use to determine the bill.
Cost Factor #1: Level of Contaminants
Restoration companies categorize water by the level of contaminants it contains. You’re likely dealing with black water or grey water.
- Clean water: This water poses no threat and is the cheapest to remove.
- Grey water: This water contains bacteria or chemical contaminants and can cause illness if dealt with improperly. Examples include toilet overflows with bowls containing urine or water spills from appliances.
- Black water: This source of water is highly unsanitary and is the most costly to remove as it involves special training and equipment. Sewage back-ups and toilet overflows with bowls containing feces fall into this category.
Cost Factor #2: How Far the Sewage Water Spread
Most sewage cleanup companies use the volume of water and square footage of the affected area as a base. For example, cleaning a few inches of sewage water that was contained in one room is cheaper than cleaning an overflow that spread to other areas of the house.
Cost Factor #3: Extent of Damage and Repairs Involved
The more damage your property takes on, the higher the cost. For example, replacing carpet that is soaked with sewage water is much cheaper than ceiling water damage repair after a massive upstairs toilet overflow.
Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Sewage Water Cleanup?
Many websites are quick to tell you “no”, but the real answer is that it depends on where the blockage begins.
Most home insurance policies cover water damage from “sudden and accidental” causes. This means insurers will cover the costs, if, for example, your toilet malfunctions or overflows due to a blockage within the toilet itself.
However, many standard policies will not cover the costs if the water damage resulted from blockage in your sewer line. The main sewer line is usually located under the street and is connected from the city’s sewer main to your building.
In this scenario, insurance companies will only cover the costs if you have a separate sewage backup rider added to your policy beforehand.
If you need any help with the insurance process, call us now. As a sewage cleanup company, we deal with these claims all the time and can help you get the most for your losses.
Our Simple Sewage Removal Process (4 Easy Steps)
Step 1: Free Estimate
Step 2: Sewage Removal
Step 3: Drying
Step 4: Decontamination
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If sewage water is flooding your house, you need expert help— FAST. When you call Regent Restoration, you can rest assured that the sewage water will be thoroughly extracted, your possessions will be handled with care, and all traces of contamination will be removed.
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