Get Emergency Toilet Overflow Cleanup Help in 45 Minutes
Toilet overflows are gross, we understand. Regent Restoration provides 24-hour toilet overflow cleanup services to the entire Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.
When you call us, we guarantee we'll respond to your toilet overflow emergency within 45 minutes or less.
Using state-of-the-art water extraction equipment, our certified techs will remove the water and stop contamination from spreading.
"When your toilet is on the fritz, call us to clean up the mess!"
Your Dallas/Fort Worth Toilet Overflow Cleanup Experts
Toilet overflows are highly unsanitary and may spread germs throughout your home, which is why cleanup should be handled by a professional. After you call Regent Restoration, we send a team out within 45 minutes.
When our cleanup crew arrives at your Dallas/Fort Worth property they're immediately provide the following services:
Our Water Damage Restoration Services
Our experts are equipped to handle everything from residential toilet overflows to commercial sewer main breaks. We keep you up-to-date on your project at all times. As part of the process, we will provide you with all of the necessary documentation for your insurance provider.
When your home or business has been critically damaged by a overflowing or leaking toilet, it is important to seek help immediately for trusted emergency water removal.
The longer you wait for cleanup and repairs, the greater the chance of structural damage, health issues or other problems that can drain your finances and undermine your quality of life.
Call us now at (214) 731-4624to take advantage of our free quote and water damage inspection.
How Our Team Handles Toilet Overflows in Dallas/Fort Worth
Toilet overflow cleanup should never be handled on your own. The water in a toilet bowl can contain urine or fecal matter, and when it overflows it can spread contaminants into your home.
We will work diligently to rapidly clean and dry your bathroom, making sure that no corner of the property continues to harbor unsanitary water. Once the dry-out process is complete, we'll assess the extent of the water damage to surrounding walls, floors, and furniture.
While inspecting water damage our team will:
- Provide you with a completely free water damage estimate & visual inspection.
- Begin the process of extracting water and containing the damage.
- Remove any sewage saturated items.
- Place commercial-grade fans and dehumidifiers around your home to remove any extra moisture.
- Sanitize affected areas and spray anti-microbial in places that mold might grow.
- Reconstruct water-damaged floors, walls, and ceilings to pre-loss condition.
- Help you file an insurance claim to get your loss covered with no expense to you.
Sewage Cleanup & Decontamination
Toilet bowls sometimes contain "grey water" (water containing urine) or "black water" (water containing feces). The wastewater from toilet overflows can seep into porous materials, such as drywall and carpeting. This material needs to be removed and decontaminated to prevent illness.
Sewage water also leaves behind smelly odors, and when it dries the particles may spread throughout the air, especially if water seeped into an AC unit. After cleanup, our restoration professionals will use professional-grade air filtration systems to remove contaminated air particles.
Bathroom Floor Water Damage Repair
Water seeps underneath wood floors and carpets. Flooring needs to be removed and the subflooring needs to be completely dried and sanitized. We can restore any damaged flooring in your bathroom, from tile to wood floors to carpets.
When Your Toilet Overflows, Regent Restoration Has Your Back
- Always FREE Estimates & Inspections
- A+ BBB Rated Restoration Business
- Direct Insurance Billing
- Certified Sewage Cleanup Team
- Licensed and Bonded
- 100% Moisture Free Guarantee
Our restoration team is IICRC certified. This means they are specially trained to remove biohazardous waste water from your home. If you're looking for a trusted toilet overflow cleanup company in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, choose Regent Restoration.
Toilet Overflowed? Call us now to send a trained water damage professional to clean up the mess!
DO NOT Attempt To Handle Sewage Cleanup On Your Own
If the toilet is overflowing and sewage water is spreading in your home, NEVER attempt to handle the cleanup on your own.
Sewage cleanup is not a DIY situation. Sewage water is extremely contaminated and contact with it may cause severe illness, which is why sewage cleanup should ALWAYS be handled by a professional.
Our toilet overflow cleanup professionals have the proper training and protective equipment to handle any sewage cleanup. We'll remove the waste water from your home, restore your damaged property, and completely sanitize any affected areas.
How An Overflowing Toilet Affects Your Home
Cleaning up the water from an overflowing toilet isn't the only thing you have to worry about. Here are the other ways toilet overflows affect your home or business:
Water damage from a toilet overflow can be extensive if the bathroom is located on an upper floor of the home. Ceilings, wood beams, or metals saturated by water for a long enough period of time will eventually erode and potentially collapse.
Damage to Flooring
When the water overflows from the rim of the toilet bowl, it won't just sit and puddle in that one area. Water travels underneath wood floors and carpets. In this situation, the flooring needs to be removed and the subflooring needs to be completely dried and sanitized.
Indoor Air Pollution
Excess water in your home or bathroom can make your home extremely humid. Furthermore, sewage water leaves behind smelly odors, and when it dries the particles may spread throughout the air, especially if water seeped into a nearby AC unit. After cleanup, our restoration professionals will use air filtration systems to remove contaminated air particles.
Toilet overflows create excess moisture in your home. This excess moisture leads to mold growth. In order to prevent mold growth, any affected areas need to be completely dried. Our restoration professional use specialized equipment, such as infrared cameras, to detect every drop of water in your home even the moisture that's hiding underneath flooring or in behind walls.