Sewage Removal in Dallas/Fort Worth
When sewer water overflows in your home, it not only stinks, but it can be dangerous to your health. Sewage contains harmful bacteria, viruses, and parasites.
Do not attempt to handle sewage cleanup on your own, as any direct contact with sewage damaged items could cause severe illness.
We guarantee we'll completely remove all traces of sewage, sanitize your home, and restore your damaged property to its pre-loss condition.
Sewage Water In Your Home Is Gross. We Can Remove It!
Get Expert Sewage Cleanup Help Within 45 Minutes!
We provide 24-hour emergency sewage cleanup services to the entire Dallas/Fort Worth area, and we guarantee we'll respond to your emergency within 45 minutes or less.
Our certified professionals have the proper training and protective equipment to remove sewage water from your home or business.
Our Sewage Damage Restoration Services Include:
The sewage cleanup process is extensive, and losses are generally higher than other water losses due to a number of items that cannot be restored after sewage damage.
Carpets must be removed, and upholstered furniture, damaged drywall, and insulation need to be replaced.
When you call Regent Restoration to handle your sewage cleanup, you can rest assured that the sewage water will be extracted, your possessions will be handled with care, and all contamination will be removed.
How We Remove Sewage Water In Your Home Or Business
The sewage cleanup process should begin as soon as possible to prevent potential mold growth, contamination, and structural damage to your property. Due to the risk of infection associated with sewage cleanup, it is recommended that only a certified professional wearing the proper protective equipment handle materials affected by sewage damage.
Your health is our first priority. When you call us, we’ll arrive at your DFW property within 45 minutes and immediately begin removing the sewage water from your home or business. We will ensure that your property is free from any hazards once sewage cleanup is complete.
Here's How the Sewage Cleaning & Restoration Process Works:
- Our sewage water cleanup techs will provide you with a free visual inspection.
- Extract sewage water using industrial grade vacuums and pumps.
- Dispose of any porous materials that have absorbed sewage water such as bedding, carpets, upholstery, and drywall.
- Clean sewage damaged hardwood flooring and tile.
- Deploy air scrubbers to remove contaminants from the air.
- Spray EPA-grade disinfectants to ensure your property is completely sanitized.
- Create a quick drying process using air movers and dehumidifiers.
- Reconstruct all sewage damaged flooring, drywall, and ceilings.
- Help you file an insurance claim, take photographic evidence of damages, and directly bill your insurance company without any expense to you.
Toilet Overflow Cleanup
Water damage from toilet overflows come in three different categories. Toilet overflows might contain clean water (water from the tank), "grey water" (water from the bowl containing urine), or "black water" (water containing fecal matter).
A toilet overflowing with black water is highly unsanitary and may spread germs throughout your home, which is why cleanup should be handled by a professional.
Flooded Bathroom Cleanup
If your bathroom is flooded from a sewage backup or toilet overflow, call a restoration professional immediately.
Sewage water from a backup or toilet overflow may spread into surrounding walls and seep underneath flooring in your bathroom. These saturated materials need to be removed, the water needs to be extracted, and the area needs to be sanitized in order to prevent bacteria from spreading.
Furthermore, if your bathroom is flooded and its located on the second floor, it could cause serious structural problems. Ceilings or wood beams saturated by water will erode over time and the ceiling may potentially collapse—and you don't want to be standing underneath it when that happens.
The excess moisture from a sewage overflow can also lead to mold growth. Because mold needs moisture to grow, the only way to prevent mold growth is to completely remove the moisture source.
At Regent Restoration, we offer a 100% moisture free guarantee on all of our work. Our restoration team uses specialized water detection equipment, such as infrared cameras and moisture meters, to find water hiding in walls and floors. With this equipment, we're able to find and extract every drop of water, ensuring your bathroom is completely dry.
Choose Regent Restoration For Sewage Cleaning Services
We're one of the leading sewage cleanup companies in Dallas/Fort Worth. Our sewage cleanup professionals will work quickly to protect your property and, most importantly, your health.
- 24/7 Emergency Sewage Removal Services
- Always Free Estimates & Inspections
- Quickest Response Time in DFW
- Certified Sewage Restoration Technicians
- Free Insurance Help
- A+ BBB Rated Sewage Cleanup Company
As a sewage restoration company in Dallas/Fort Worth, we're used to working with insurance companies. We'll negotiate with the adjuster to get you the best coverage for your sewage damage repairs.
Don’t put you and your family at risk of contamination. Call us right now at (214) 731-4624 and we'll return your home back to a safer, drier, better-smelling state.
How Sewer Backups & Sewage Damage Occurs
Sewer backups and sewage damage happens for a number of different reasons. Sewage backups most often occurs when the sewer line that connects to your home backs up, forcing raw sewage water into your home.
Backups can also occur if flooding overwhelms the sewer system or if tree roots grow into the sewer pipes.
Here are the most Common Causes of Sewer Backups & Sewer Overflowing:
- Toilet overflow
- Septic tank backup/overflow
- Sump pump malfunction and failure
- Sewer line backup
- Plumbing overflow
- Broken pipes/bathroom pipe malfunction
Sewer Backup & Toilet Overflow Prevention Tips
Most people don’t think about their sewer lines until it’s too late and they find sewer water overflowing in their home. Understanding how to prevent a sewer backup and doing some regular maintenance can prevent future sewer problems.
- Don’t flush paper towels or feminine hygiene products
- Avoid using so-called “flushable wipes”. Despite their name, the wipes don’t dissolve and they tend to accumulate over time and clog pipes.
- Don’t put grease down the drain. Put grease or cooking oil into a container and dispose of it in the trash.
- Fill your sinks all the way up and drain them once or twice a month. The force from this water pressure will help keep lines clear by removing any waste that’s sitting in the line.
If you need a sewer backup cleaning company, don't hesitate to call us now at (214) 731-4624. Our sewer backup and toilet overflow cleanup professionals will work quickly to get the hazardous gunk out of your home and prevent further damage.