If you have ever had your septic tank backup or your sewage lines backup into your home, you know that the mess is disgusting, smells awful, and is no fun to clean up. However, you might not know that raw sewage that backs up in, or outside of, your home is also a potentially hazardous to your health. Raw sewage can contain pathogens, viruses, and bacteria that can make you, your family, and your pets very sick. That’s why if you are experiencing a sewage backup in Concord, you should leave the cleanup to the professionals. At Carolina Water Damage Restoration, our team is fully certified and licensed to provide sewage backup cleanup in Concord. We will clean up the mess, sanitize the affected areas of your home, and provide sewage backup damage repairs to any damaged property or structures in your home. You can contact Carolina Water Damage Restoration in Concord 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency sewage backup cleanup.
Often times when we think of sewage backup, or septic backup, we think about clogs. While it’s true that a clogged sewage line or septic system can cause your system to backup and overflow, there are a number of other reasons why you might experience a sewage backup issue:
Broken Sewage & Septic Lines: If your sewage line is broken or collapsed, depending on where the break is, it can lead to raw sewage spilling into your home or outside of your home, on your property. Collapsed lines and breaks, if bad enough can also act as similarly to a clog because there is no place for the sewage to go but back up the line.
Tree Roots: You might not think it, but tree roots will continue to grow, sometimes they grow right through your sewage line, causing a break or a backup.
Flooding: If a storm rolls through Concord, NC, it can lead to excess water flowing into your sewer lines, pushing the sewage back up the lines and into your home or in your property.
Sewer Line Clogs: Grease, paper that isn’t sewage safe, diapers, toys, and other foreign objects that shouldn’t be flushed can get stuck in your sewage lines causing a sewage or septic system to backup.
Structural Defects & Wear And Tear: Sewage lines can be built incorrectly to begin with, but they can also deteriorate or weaken over time. Both can cause sewage backup in your home in Concord NC.
Of course, there are other reason that your sewage system or septic system can back up, but often times, it doesn’t matter why there is a backup so long as it gets cleaned & repaired. When you call Carolina Water Damage Restoration, we will come on site, find the source of the sewage backup, make sure it is repaired so the damage doesn’t spread further, and then clean & sanitize after the sewage backup. We are on call 24/7 for all of your sewage backup & septic back up cleanup needs in Concord.
When you hire a company to provide sewage backup cleanup & sewage backup damage repair in Concord, you want a company that is licensed & IICRC certified so you can be sure they clean & repair the damage quickly and properly. Carolina Water Damage Restoration has extensive experience in providing sewage backup cleanup & sewage damage restoration to customers in Concord & the surrounding areas. We have a process for sewage backup that works and gets your home back to normal as quickly as possible. When you call us, our team will ask questions before sending out a team of sewage backup cleanup professionals to:
- Find the source of the sewage backup & fix it so no more damage occurs.
- Cordon off the areas of your home affected by sewage.
- Find any contaminated items & property and remove it for sanitation or, in some cases, destruction.
- Begin drying out any water & sewage from the affected areas.
- Deeply clean & sanitize the affected areas, to make sure it is free from pathogens.
- Repair & restore any structures that have been damaged by the sewage backup.
- Deodorize the areas of your home that have been damaged, so they don’t smell of sewage.
Carolina Water Damage Restoration in Concord cares about our customers. That’s why we want you to know that you should call us the moment you notice sewage backup in your home. The longer a sewage or septic backup lingers, the more it can spread and the harder it will be to clean. Time is of the essence, so if you are experiencing a sewage backup issue, call or contact us 24 hours a day at 980-308-2847 and we’ll get your property back to it’s previous condition as quickly as possible.