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All Dry Services Sewage Cleanup

We Handle the Dirty Work So You Don’t Have To

Because your sewer lines exist beneath your home, many things can cause them to become obstructed, resulting in sewage backup. When this happens, unsightly, often brown-tinted water begins to enter your home through your drains and other appliances. As sewage seeps back into your home, the foul odor comes along with it, which makes it even more unpleasant to deal with. Rather than plug your nose and try to handle the issue yourself, turn to the professionals at All Dry Services. Since 2014, our IICRC certified sewage cleanup specialists have been safely and effectively ridding our customers’ properties of filthy wastewater and backup. Our goal is to leave your property in better condition than we found it. Not only do we handle the cleanup process, but we also assist you with the insurance claim process; we have experience working with all insurance companies.

Our techs will get the job done right the first time. For same-day service, call (561) 220-6270 or contact us online.

Why Sewage Backup Is Dangerous

At All Dry Services, your safety is our main concern. Prolonged exposure to sewage backup can be extremely hazardous to your health. Because sewage contains human waste and other byproducts, it often contains bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, and other contaminants.

Some of the health conditions these can cause include:

  •  Salmonella
  • E. coli
  • Hepatitis
  • Gastroenteritis
  • Weil’s disease
  • Respiratory conditions

Our All Dry sewage cleanup experts arrive with suits that protect us from exposure to these hazardous substances so we can remove the backup and sanitize your property as quickly and effectively as possible.

Additionally, sewage backup can be as damaging to the structure and appearance of your property as any other type of flooding or water damage. If the water levels reach the height of any electrical outlets, you could be at serious risk of an electrical fire. Therefore, it’s important to evacuate the building and call us as soon as possible.

The Sewage Cleanup Process

When we first arrive at your property, we will conduct a thorough inspection and provide you with a free estimate. This will help us determine which areas in your home are affected and how best to safely remove and dispose of the waste.

After our assessment we will:

  • Extract all the sewage and water—sometimes this requires us to use a pump (for larger jobs) or vacuum (smaller jobs)
  • Remove and dispose of any materials that cannot be repaired or restored—this may include personal items that have been contaminated
  • Use professional-grade air movers and dehumidifiers to dry out the affected areas and ensure there’s no remaining moisture—this process can take more than one day depending on the extent of the backup
  • Sanitize, disinfect, and deodorize the areas to effectively rid your property of foul odors and prevent the growth of mold, bacteria, viruses, or other possible health risks
  • Rebuild and restore any damaged areas—this can include installing new carpeting, replacing damaged drywall, and ensuring that your property’s structural integrity remains intact

Sewage backup is an emergency and our team is available 24/7 to assist you.

Call now at (561) 220-6270 to speak with a licensed and insured team member.

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