Sewage Backup Cleanup in Denver CO
There’s almost nothing as unpleasant as waking up to an overflowing toilet that’s caused by a septic or sewage backup. Sewage smells bad, contaminates everything it touches, and is very difficult to thoroughly clean. On top of that, raw sewage is a biohazard that can contain blood borne pathogens, bacteria, and viruses which can be harmful to your health. It’s important that if your sewage system backs up you shouldn’t try to clean the mess on your own, only a trained professional should handle and dispose of raw sewage from your home. Anatom Restoration is IICRC certified and can often be on site within about an hour to provide sewage backup cleanup in Denver CO. Our team will find the source of the backup, make sure that it’s fixed, before removing any sewage. We will then dry the area out and provide any repairs to your home caused by the sewage. Our team goes the extra mile to directly bill your insurance if you have the right coverage, taking one more headache off your plate during an already stressful time. Call us at 720-282-0161 for a quick response to your sewage backup issue in Denver.
Common Causes of Sewage Cleanup Denver CO
There are a number of reasons that your sewage system or septic system can backup, and many of them are beyond your control. When we think of sewage backup, we usually think of a clog causing sewage to backup, this isn’t always the case. There are really two main types of sewage backups: drain lines & main lines. If you have a clog or break in a drain line, you may notice sewage backing up in one room of the property. Often these backups are caused by broken or clogged pieps in your home. However, if you flush one toilet and every other toilet & sink in your home begins to overflow, it is indicative of a main line clog. Main line clogs can be on the property owners lines or the lines belonging to the city.
Main line clogs can caused by heavy rains cause flooding, it can flow into your sewage or septic lines and cause them to drain into your home, broken sewer lines, structural issues, sump pump failures, or tree roots growing through your lines can also lead to sewage backup. Anatom Restoration has repaired and cleaned up sewage from a number of different causes including:
- Clogged Sewage & Septic Lines
- Tree Roots
- Structural Defects
- Simple Clogs
- Broken Sewage Lines
- Flooded Sewer Lines
- Sump Pump Failurse
Our Sewage Backup Repair & Cleanup Process in Denver CO & Beyond
A quick response is important when dealing with sewage and septic backups. By contacting a sewage cleanup denver co based team quickly, we are able to repair the sewage backup cause and contain the mess so it doesn’t spread. That is why Anatom Restoration is on call 24 hours a day, so we can quickly deploy and start the process of cleaning up the raw sewage. Once we contain the sewage, we put barriers in place to prevent the spread of the pathogens and contaminants contained in raw sewage. Next, we remove the sewage and any porous materials it has come in contact with. Sometimes this means we have to replace sections of drywall or flooring. Once the sewage has been removed, we clean and sanitize the area using professional grade chemical solutions. Finally, we make the repairs to any damaged structures in your home before restoring the area to before the sewage backup happened. If you have a sewage back up or septic backup issue, call us 24/7 at 720-282-0161 for sewage backup repair & cleanup in Denver, Colorado.