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Sewer Back Up Cleaning

EMERGENCY SEWAGE CLEANERS!

One of the worst things you can experience as a homeowner is a sewer backup. A sewer backup occurs when a blockage prevents wastewater from flowing through the sewer line that connects your home to the municipal sanitary sewers. The obstruction will cause your sewer lines and drain pipes to fill up until it eventually overflows.

Like water damage, sewage backups can cause cosmetic and structural damage to your home or business. Sewage is likely to contain mold, parasites, viruses, and bacteria that pose a significant health risk to human and pets as well.

Serving customers throughout Greenville, Spartanburg, Laurens, Newberry, Saluda and Surrounding Areas

The most common causes of a sewer backup are clogged sewer pipes, tree roots growing in sewer pipes, cracked or collapsed sewer pipes, sump pumps routed into sewers and problems with municipal sewers.

Let us give you peace of mind in an emergency. Our compassionate and dependable specialists will clean up your disaster fast! We can even bill your insurance directly.

Let us clean up after a sewage backup, preventing lasting damage and keeping you safe. After an initial assessment and free estimate, our experienced sewage cleanup crews use professional grade equipment to extract sewage and water, then dry out the entire area. We will remove the affected materials, sanitize and disinfect, prevent mold, deodorize, and restore your home or office to its original condition.

HOW WE DEAL WITH YOUR SEWER!

After our initial assessment, we remove sewage and water from the affected areas. For larger sewage backups, we will pump out the affected area. For smaller jobs, we may use vacuums to suck up sewage and water. Depending on the specific damage, sewage and water extraction may take place after removal and disposal.

We then inspect the damage and remove materials that cannot be restored. This may include structural materials like plaster, drywall, ceilings, carpeting, and carpet padding as well as personal items contaminated by sewage. Unfortunately, furniture and some personal items may need to be discarded as well.

After disposing of materials that cannot be restored, we use professional grade air movers and dehumidifiers to dry out areas and materials that can be salvaged. We closely monitor our equipment to ensure the fastest drying time possible and to prevent further damage. Dry out may take several days depending on the extent of the damage.

Once the area is dry, we thoroughly deodorize, sanitize, and disinfect the area to eliminate smells and prevent the growth of bacteria, viruses, parasites, and mold. In addition to structural materials like flooring, walls, and ceiling, we can also sanitize and deodorize materials that were salvageable.

The final step to sewage cleanup and restoration is rebuilding and restoring the area to the original condition. This may include hanging new drywall, laying new carpeting, and installing new cabinets. It may be necessary to replace damaged appliances or fix structural issues with your property as well.

Why Choose ServiceMaster of the Upstate?

  • Whether caused by heavy rains or a sewer line clog, our local sewage cleanup professionals are here to help after a sewage backup. No matter the cause of your sewage or water-related emergency, our team will clean it up.
  • We provide both residential and commercial sewage cleanup and restoration and are ready to help no matter how large or small the job. We are a full-service sewage and water damage cleanup and restoration service company with years of experience.

ServiceMaster of the Upstate is open seven days a week, and we provide 24/7 emergency services. Do not hesitate to call us if you need assistance. If you are in need of immediate services due clogged drains and sewer, please call our emergency line at (864) 582-3451 and we will be available to you as soon as possible. We are dedicated to our customers and our community, and we will do everything in our power to restore your home to pre-damage condition.