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What to Do if Your Home Has Water Damage

Water damage can happen for any number of reasons. If you are unfortunate enough to experience flooding in your basement or other areas of your home due to a burst pipe or a broken sump pump, you may wonder what steps to take next to start repairing the water damage.   What to Expect When You Call in […]

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A Look Behind the Scenes

A behind the scenes look at some of what goes on in the shop after we’ve been on a water or sewer loss. The equipment must be cleaned, so it’s ready for the next call. Here, Lance is wiping down an air mover with an anti-microbial cleaner and power washing an extension cord. We’re always ready When Big […]

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Stop Spring Flooding from Bringing about a Sewage Backup

The heavy rains spring brings is damaging enough if it leads to in-home flooding, but add a sewage backup and the problem goes from bad to worse. Instead of water in your home, you now have waste water, which equates to a smelly, dirty mess, with the added disadvantage of potential health hazards for you […]

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Winter Sewer Tips to Avoid Home Damage

Floods are often the culprit of home water damage, and even worse, sewer backup. And since flooding is more often associated with spring and summer, you may think you’re safe during the winter season. Not so. While heavy rainfall and flooding is a common cause of sewage line problems, they are certainly not the only […]

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5 Tips to Prevent Sewage Backup in Your Home

Damaging floors, walls, furniture, appliances, electrical systems, and other home possessions, sewage back ups can be a serious problem. Making it even worse are the costs associated with such destruction, which often aren’t covered by average homeowners insurance policies without the addition of a specific rider. Even with complete financial coverage, a sewage backup is […]

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Keep Your Home Safe from Sewage Damage

Water damage caused by a leaky pipe, a heavy spring rain shower, or faulty appliance is rarely welcome by homeowners. However, if given the choice between water damage caused by one of those culprits versus water damage caused by a sewer-related issue, sewage damage loses every time. Good Water Gone Bad Aside from the root […]

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Is Your Home at Risk for Sewage Damage?

Filled with bacteria and viruses, sewage water can be quite harmful if it seeps into your property. In addition to smelling bad, sewage water can lead to disease making those coming into contact with it quite ill. While leaks and flooding from freshwater sources can cause a great deal of damage, sewage water raises the […]

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Sewage Backup: Are you Covered?

Did you know that you’re responsible for the plumbing lines on your property, including the sewage mainlines that run on your property connecting to the municipal sewer lines? That means that if there is deterioration, collapse or obstruction, you are responsible for the maintenance or repair of these lines – and the cleanup that follows. […]

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How to Prevent Sewer Backup in your Home or Business

At one time or another you or someone you know will experience the (sometimes) horror and aggravation of a sewer backup.  You panic because of the sight of it all to begin with and then the worry about whether you can get things truly clean again!  Let’s first find out…  What Causes Backups? Wastewater can enter a home when […]

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Is a Sewer Backup a DIY project?

What is a Sewage Backup? First of all, it’s basically a mix of murky water that contains a variety of unpleasant things such as waste water from your household, organic waste, solid waste, human excrement and debris.  All are hazardous to your health, but human excrement brings the highest risks as it contains micro-organisms such […]

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