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(810) 255-8756
(810) 255-8756

Sewage Damage Cleanup

in Flint, Michigan

(810) 255-8756
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Sewage Damage Cleanup in Flint, Michigan, 48501

Call: (810) 255-8756

Although there are many sewage cleaning companies to select from in Flint, we believe our sewage restoration company supersedes them all.  Being family owned and operated is our biggest asset—we treat you like one of our own.. With decades of experience in providing relief from disasters large and small, we have the experience and certified  sewer backup experts to back up our work. We'll not only meet your restoration needs but exceed your expectations.

Superior and responsive service are our hallmark. Providing each and every customer with the same amount of care we would use to treat a family along with fair and competitive pricing governed by your insurance provider and  industry standards.

Call (810) 255-8756 Now to Schedule Sewage Damage Cleanup Services in Flint, MI. We'll treat you like family!


Emergency Help for Sewage Damage Cleanup in Flint, Michigan Now

Sewage Damage Cleanup is a dirty job that most don't want to tackle, or even know where to start. Well, you are in the right place. We have sewage backup experts ready and on call 24/7 every day of the year for sewage damage cleanup.

There are many health risks associated with sewage backup in Flint that require an experienced [iss_single_service]. Airborne pathogens and multiple strains of bacterium like E. coli may be present requiring specialized training and anti-microbial agents to extract thoroughly.

Advance Restoration has performed literally thousands of Sewage Damage Cleanup inspections throughout Southeast Michigan and hundreds in the Flint area. Our sewage cleanup company earned a stellar reputation for customer service, taking quick action, and maintaining a goal of 100% customer satisfaction.

       

We have the distinction of an A+ rating with the BBB and partnerships with trusted service providers like HomeAdvisor, Contractor Connection, and last but certainly not least 5 star reviews from happy customers.

Our highly-trained and certified sewage cleaning experts take on the ugly task with a vengeance! Our affordable pricing based on insurance industry standards along with our well thought out process for complete restoration set by your personally assigned sewage damage cleanup expert will help to slay the sewage damage demon!

Here's how we can help you now:

  • Emergency 24/7 Response for Sewage Damage Cleanup
  • Brown Water Extraction
  • Disinfect with Anti-Microbial Agents
  • Debris Removal
  • Ozone Thermal Fogging Air Treatment
  • Building Structure Drying
  • Sanitation and Deodorization
  • Content Damage Restoration
  • Storage Facility for Contents
  • Work Together With All Insurance Providers

When you dial (810) 255-8756 rest assured you will speak with a live person who will listen to your needs and assign a sewage removal expert to come to your door and walk you through the process.  Sewage Damage Cleanup services can begin as soon as 60 minutes from your set appointment.

Call (810) 255-8756 now for immediate assistance and to set your appointment for a free inspection!


Call (810) 255-8756 Now to Schedule Sewage Damage Cleanup Services in Flint, MI

Customer service representativeWe think our services in Flint, MI, 48501 are unrivaled by anyone else in the water damage restoration industry. Speak to a real live customer service specialist at (810) 255-8756 now to be connected with your personal sewage removal expert who can be at your door in Flint within 60 minutes or less, in most cases in Southeast Michigan. Or, schedule an appointment with your sewage cleaning expert at your earliest convenience.


The Do's and Don'ts of Sewage Damage Cleanup

Advance Restoration in Flint, Michigan, 48501

Sewage damage in your residential home or commercial business can be caused by a variety of things, and it can result in even more water damage to your property if not handled with care by a professional. Our sewage restoration company in Flint employs the best sewage cleanup experts in the business. If you try to tackle this job yourself, please know there are some do's and don'ts to proper sewage cleanup that must be shared:

DO:

  • Call a professional sewage backup expert
  • Close Doors and Turn Off AC, Furnace and Fans
  • Allow Fresh Air to Circulate by Opening Windows and Exterior Doors
  • Steer Clear of Contaminated Items and Sewage Water

DON'T:

  • Inhale pathogens into lungs
  • Attempt to Use Household Cleaners that are Ineffective
  • Don't Save Textiles that are Contaminated by Brown Water*
  • Hire just Any sewage backup company into your home unless they are IICRC certified

*Micro-organisms are present in sewer water and can be absorbed by certain textiles such as pillows, stuffed animals, mattresses, upholstery, boxes, paper, curtains and more. Advance Restoration is a Certified IICRC firm and works to the Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration S-500 guidelines that states all of these items must be disposed for your safety.

Call Advance Restoration today at (810) 255-8756 to speak to a real person who can schedule you for Sewage Damage Cleanup services with your personal IICRC certified sewer backup expert today!


Industry Certified Restoration Sewage Damage Cleanup Experts in Flint, MI

IICRC logoThe IICRC, or the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification, is the non-profit certifying body for the cleaning and restoration industry. Unmatched in technical excellence, the IICRC Standards are developed to provide the highest quality concepts, terminology, and procedures recognized in the cleaning and restoration industry.

There are a lot of different sewage restoration companies so be sure to hire one with IICRC certified sewage damage cleanup experts to get the best possible Sewage Damage Cleanup services that you can.

All IICRC Certified Contractors are committed to four key objectives:

  • Certification at all times
  • IICRC professional on every job
  • Maintain industry standards
  • Commitment to ongoing professional training

FAQ

Can I cleanup sewage backup myself?

It is important when dealing with sewage damage cleanup that you are knowledgeable on how to clean up the sewage properly. Wearing protective gear such as gloves, boots, and face masks  can prevent bacterial infection from contamination. Some of the hazards of sewage water include hepatitis, e coli, and salmonella to name a few.

Should I shut off power before sewage damage cleanup?

Yes. Shut off main power switches, unplug and dry all appliances and electrical outlets that have been exposed to sewage water immediately. Fuel oil or gas systems need to be secure and free from breaks in the Iines. If there is any question of safety due to live wires in the water, call a professional sewage removal company, their sewage backup experts are trained for just such an event.

How to do sewage damage cleanup of an outside spill?

In the event of an outdoor sewage leak, take immediate action to contain the spill and minimize the damage as much as possible. Outdoor sewage damage cleanup can pose a hazard to people and the environment, because of the hazardous pathogens they harbor. Although you may want to do the cleanup yourself, It is recommended however that you call a professional sewage cleanup company to avoid contamination issues. Microbes in raw sewage can enter the body through the nose by inhalation of aerosols and dust. Tetanus, e coli, Hepatitis A, and parasites among them. If you choose to do  yourself, turn off the main water source to keep the spill from growing and entering nearby water supplies. Wear protective gear such as hazmat suit, gloves, boots, and mask to avoid pathogens. Dispose of protective gear immediately upon finishing and take a shower.


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